The Greenland development is a story about: Having a hinterland position in relation to the global development. An indigenous people achieving more political influence. How conflicts and discussions on power and ownership of the subsurface resources between a state and an autonomy (Home Rule) can be achieved peacefully through negotiations. How the international society and international organisations (mainly the UN) can facilitate a target oriented process achieving solutions. How a gradual development process can be successful and in a dynamic process lead to economic development. How domestic Greenland policy can delay and maybe change the future of the forecasted development of the use of natural resources. This book is relevant for anyone interested in Greenland in general and the development of Greenland both politically and economically and in relation natural resources.