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Coexistence or Biocultural Collapse in the 21st Century
By: Rudolph C. Rÿser
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Dr. Rudolph C. Rÿser

Dr. Rudolph C. Rÿser is of Cree/Oneida descent on his mother’s side and Swiss descent on his father’s. He grew to maturity in the Cowlitz Indian culture on the US Pacific Northwest coast. He is widely recognized around the world as the principle architect of theories and principles of Fourth World Geopolitics. He is the author of the seminal book Indigenous Nations and Modern States: The Political Emergence of Nations Challenging State Power (2012) and the Fourth World Geopolitical Reader. He has for more than forty-five-years worked in the field of Indian Affairs as a writer/researcher and as an Indian Rights advocate. He founded the Center for World Indigenous Studies in 1979 and has contributed to policies and laws affecting American Indians and indigenous peoples internationally, contributing for more than 25 years to the development of the UN declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples and continuing international developments concerning the participation of indigenous nations in international forums. He is among the leading spokesperson for Fourth World political development and governance, tribal/state conflict resolution and international cooperation between indigenous nations.

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Published by
DayKeeper Press
Center for World Indigenous Studies
PMB 214 1001 Cooper PT RD SW 140
Olympia, Washington 98502 USA

ISBN: 1-893710-27-0

Copyright © Rudolph C. Rÿser

Desk Editor: Aline Casteñada
Layout Editor: Edwin Uribe
Layout Development: Angel Estrada

Produced in Puerto Vallarta, México

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