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Statehood and self-determination : reconciling tradition and modernity in international law

Statehood and self-determination : reconciling tradition and modernity in international law (Loan 9 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
French, Duncan.
Title Statement
Statehood and self-determination : reconciling tradition and modernity in international law / edited by Duncan French.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2013.  
Physical Medium
xlix, 534 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781107029330
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Self-determination, National. Recognition (International law) Sovereignty. Legitimacy of governments. Newly independent states.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Foreword James Crawford; Introduction Duncan French; Part I. Statehood and Recognition: 1. Entities that can be states but do not claim to be Yael Ronen; 2. Unilateral declarations of independence in international law Jure Vidmar; 3. The myth of remedial secession Katherine Del Mar; 4. International responses to the secession attempts of Kosovo, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, 1989?2009 Grace Bolton; 5. The paradox of Kosovo's Parallel Legal Orders in the Reasoning of the Court's Advisory Opinion Alexandros X. M. Ntovas; 6. The politics of recognition: the question about the final status of Kosovo Jessica Almqvist; 7. Revisiting lessons on the new law of statehood: Palestinian independence in a post-Kosovo world Tamar Megiddo and Zohar Nevo; 8. Somaliland: scrambled by international law? Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto; Part II. Self-Determination: 9. The internal and external aspects of self-determination reconsidered James Summers; 10. Trading fish or human rights in Western Sahara? Self-determination, non-recognition and the EC-Morocco Fisheries Agreement Martin Dawidowicz; 11. Self-determination, peacemaking and peacebuilding: recent trends in African intrastate peace agreements Kelly Stathopoulou; 12. Can religious norms influence self-determination struggles, and with what implications for international law? Katja Samuel; 13. Self-determination, oil and Islam in the face of the League of Nations: the Mosul dispute and the 'non-European' legal terrain Mai Taha; 14. The question of indigenous peoples' rights: a time for reappraisal? Malgosia Fitzmaurice; 15. The Kanak indigenous peoples of New Caledonia: decolonisation and self-determination in practice Jacqui Zalcberg; 16. The ethnic dichotomy of 'self' and 'Other' within Europe: interwar minority protection in perspective Mohammad Shahabuddin; Part III. Tradition, Opportunities and Challenges: The Changing Nature of the State: 17. A monument, identity and nationhood: the case of the Old Bridge of Mostar Jadranka Petrovic; 18. The impact of supranationalism on state sovereignty from the perspective of the legitimacy of international organisations Eric De Brabandere; 19. Democracy out of instrumental reason? Global institutions and the promotion of liberal governance Charlotte Steinorth; 20. Federated entities in international law: disaggregating the federal state? Gleider I. Hernandez.


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