HOME > Detail View

Detail View

International society and the de facto state

International society and the de facto state (Loan 8 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Pegg, Scott.
Title Statement
International society and the de facto state / Scott Pegg.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Brookfield, VT :   Ashgate ,   1998.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 308 p. : maps ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1840144785 (hardbound)
General Note
Based on a doctoral dissertation at the University of British Columbia.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
De facto doctrine. Recognition (International law) Sovereignty.
000 00888camuu22002651a 4500
001 000001103910
005 20040817173515
008 990831s1998 vtub b 001 0 eng
010 ▼a 98037112
020 ▼a 1840144785 (hardbound)
035 ▼a KRIC08774817
040 ▼a DLC ▼c DLC ▼d 211009
050 0 0 ▼a KZ4041 ▼b .P44 1998
082 0 0 ▼a 341.26 ▼2 21
090 ▼a 341.26 ▼b P376i
100 1 ▼a Pegg, Scott.
245 1 0 ▼a International society and the de facto state / ▼c Scott Pegg.
260 ▼a Brookfield, VT : ▼b Ashgate , ▼c 1998.
300 ▼a xiii, 308 p. : ▼b maps ; ▼c 23 cm.
500 ▼a Based on a doctoral dissertation at the University of British Columbia.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a De facto doctrine.
650 0 ▼a Recognition (International law)
650 0 ▼a Sovereignty.

Holdings Information

No. Location Call Number Accession No. Availability Due Date Make a Reservation Service
No. 1 Location Main Library/Law Library(Preservation Stacks/B2)/ Call Number 341.26 P376i Accession No. 111292439 Availability Available Due Date Make a Reservation Service B M

Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of Maps = ⅷ

List of Tables = ⅸ

Acknowledgments = x

List of Abbreviations = xii

Chapter 1 Introduction = 1

 1 Setting the Stage = 1

 2 The De Facto State in the Wider Academic Context = 7

 3 Methodology = 11

 4 Value Biases and Assumptions of the Author = 13

 5 Outline for the Remainder of the Study = 23

Chapter 2 Defining the De Facto State = 26

 1 Introduction = 26

 2 Defining the De Facto State = 26

 3 Theoretical Criteria to Distinguish the De Facto State from Other Entities = 28

 4 The Ethical and Political Logics Behind the De Facto State = 42

 5 Sovereign States, De Facto States, and the Criteria for Statehood = 44

 6 Sovereign States, De Facto States, and Their Limitations = 50

 7 Conclusion = 52

Chapter 3 Eritrea Before Independence and Tamil Eelam = 54

 1 Introduction = 54

 2 Eritrea Before Independence = 55

 3 Tamil Eelam, the LTTE-Controlled Areas of Sri Lanka = 66

Chapter 4 The Republic of Somaliland and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus = 85

 1 The Republic of Somaliland = 85

 2 The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus = 98

 3 Conclusion = 114

Chapter 5 Macro-Level Factors Implicated in the Birth of De Facto States = 120

 1 Introduction = 120

 2 The Changing Normative Environment on Territory = 120

 3 Changing Conceptions of Sovereignty = 123

 4 From Empirical to Juridical Statehood = 126

 5 Recognition Policies = 128

 6 Weak State Security Dynamics = 132

 7 Self-Determination = 137

 8 Conclusion = 143

Chapter 6 Micro-Level Factors Implicated in the Birth of De Facto States = 148

 1 Introduction = 148

 2 The Different Etiologies of Quasi-States and De Facto States = 148

 3 Foreign Invasions = 149

 4 External Political Interest in Creating a De Facto State = 151

 5 External Humanitarian Interest in Creating a De Facto State = 155

 6 Indigenous Secession Attempts = 158

 7 State Collapse = 161

 8 The Role of the UN in Freezing the Status Quo = 164

 9 The Demonstration Effect of Other De Facto States = 167

 10 Conclusion = 170

Chapter 7 The De Facto State in International Society = 173

 1 Introduction = 173

 2 The De Facto State's Impact on International Society = 173

 3 How Does International Society Deal With the De Facto State? = 177

 4 Three Potential Alternatives = 181

 5 International Law and the De Facto State = 187

 6 Does the De Facto State Have Utility for International Society? = 192

 7 Conclusion = 200

Chapter 8 Potential Transformations of the De Facto State = 204

 1 Introduction = 204

 2 Three Different Types of Military Defeat = 204

 3 Continued Existence as a De Facto State = 209

 4 Evolution into Some Alternate Status Short of Sovereign Statehood = 211

 5 Successful Graduation to Sovereign Statehood = 220

 6 What Determines Success or Failure in Securing Recognition = 224

 7 Conclusion = 226

Chapter 9 The De Facto State and International Theory = 229

 1 Introduction = 229

 2 International Theory and the De Facto State = 229

 3 The De Facto State and Specific Theoretical Traditions = 234

 4 Conclusion = 246

Chapter 10 Conclusion = 249

 1 Main Objectives = 249

 2 Key Findings of This Study = 249

 3 Future Prospects for These Entities = 252

 4 What, if Anything, Should Be Done About This Phenomenon? = 256

Bibliography = 269

Index = 295



New Arrivals Books in Related Fields