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Unrecognized states in the international system

Nina Caspersen

Unrecognized states in the international system

by Nina Caspersen

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Published by Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sovereignty,
  • Recognition (International law)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Nina Caspersen and Gareth Stansfield
    SeriesExeter studies in ethno politics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ4059 .U57 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 253 p. :
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25030265M
    ISBN 100415582105, 0203834518
    ISBN 109780415582100, 9780203834510
    LC Control Number2010028609
    OCLC/WorldCa491892293

    Caspersen provides a thorough qualitative analysis of how unrecognized polities survive in states-based world. The analysis is a good introduction to the research of unrecognized states. It is not, however, a substantive qualitative study. In sum, the text is a solid starting point for novice scholars of international politics/5(3). Unrecognized States: The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System eBook: Nina Caspersen: : Kindle Store/5(2).

      Read "Unrecognized States The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System" by Nina Caspersen available from Rakuten Kobo. Unrecognized states are places that do not exist in international politics; they are state-like entities that have achie Brand: Wiley.   Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states. These territories constitute anomalies in the international system of sovereign states and often present significant challenges to policy makers, as evidenced by the war in Georgia and the continued debate over Kosovo's .

    The Phenomenon of Unrecognized and Partially Recognized States as a Problem of National, Regional and Global Security: the Main Features of Unrecognized States in the International System / Unrecognized States in the International System. Caspersen N., Stansfield G. – Routledge. P File Size: KB. Unrecognized states: the struggle for sovereignty in the modern international system, by Nina Caspersen, Cambridge, Polity Press, , pp., £55/ .


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"A theoretically well-grounded, empirically extremely rich, and highly policy relevant analysis of the dynamics of unrecognised states in the international system. This book sets the standard in a debate that will remain on the international security agenda for years to come." Stefan Wolff, University of BirminghamCited by:   Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states.

These territories constitute anomalies in the international system of sovereign states and often present significant challenges to policy makers, as evidenced by the war in Georgia and the Cited by: Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states.

These territories constitute anomalies in the international system of sovereign states and often present significant challenges to policy makers, as evidenced by the war in Georgia and the.

Unrecognized States: The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System - Kindle edition by Caspersen, Nina. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Unrecognized States: The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System/5(3).

Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states.

These territories constitute anomalies in the international system of sovereign states and often present significant challenges to policy makers, as evidenced by the war in Georgia and the continued debate over Kosovo's s: 1.

Unrecognized states are places that do not exist in international politics; they are state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to /5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: maps ; 24 cm.

Contents: Introduction: unrecognized states in the international system / Nina Caspersen and Gareth Stansfield --Theorizing unrecognized states: sovereignty, secessionism and political economy / James Harvey and Gareth Stansfield.

The above statement, from a website which promises to teach you ‘10 things you didn’t know about Europe’s newest country’, Transnistria, illustrates the effort, and occasionally considerable skill, that the leaders of unrecognized states put into raising their international profile and conveying an image of stability and : Nina Caspersen.

21 rows  These lists of historical unrecognized or partially recognized states or governments. Buy Unrecognized States: The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System by Caspersen, Dr Nina (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Unrecognized states are places that do not exist in international politics; they are state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to gain widespread international recognition.

Since the Cold-War, unrecognized states have been involved in conflicts over sovereign statehood in the Balkans, the former Soviet Union, South Asia, the Horn of Author: Nina Caspersen. Get this from a library.

Unrecognized states in the international system. [Nina Caspersen; Gareth R V Stansfield;] -- Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states.

These territories constitute anomalies in the. A number of polities have declared independence and sought diplomatic recognition from the international community as de jure sovereign states, but have not been universally recognised as entities often have de facto control of their territory.

A number of such entities have existed in the past. There are two traditional doctrines that provide indicia of how a de jure. Unrecognized states are places that do not exist in international politics; they are state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to gain widespread international recognition.

Since the Cold-War, unrecognized states have been involved in conflicts over Price: $ Unrecognized States: The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System (English Edition) eBook: Caspersen, Nina: : Tienda Kindle/5(3).

Unrecognized States aims to offer a much-needed and engaging account of the development of unrecognized states in the modern international system: state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to gain widespread international recognition.

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Unrecognized States in the. International System. Edited by Nina Caspersen and. of unrecognized states: on the one hand, there is the frequent failure to resolve with international conflict management more generally.

The chapter proceeds in three steps: it begins with an overview of EU–Georgia relations from the early File Size: KB. TY - BOOK. T1 - Unrecognized States. T2 - The Struggle for Sovereignty in the Modern International System. AU - Caspersen, Nina. PY - / Y1 - / Unrecognized states are places that do not exist in international politics; they are state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to gain widespread international recognition.

Since the Cold-War, unrecognized states have been involved in conflicts over sovereign statehood in the Balkans, the former Soviet Union, South Asia, the Horn of Africa. Unrecognized States aims to offer a much-needed and engaging account of the development of unrecognised states in the modern international system: state-like entities that have achieved de facto independence, but have failed to gain widespread international recognition.

This book is an extremely interesting study and an invaluable addition to the literature on unrecognised states.

But it is not just a book about unrecognized states; it is a book about sovereignty and statehood; one which does not shy way from addressing crucial issues such as how these anomalies survive in a system of sovereign states and how the context of non-recognition affects their attempts to build effective state-like entities.Unrecognized states are territories that have achieved de facto independence, yet have failed to gain international recognition as independent states.

These territories constitute anomalies in the international system of sovereign states and often present significant challenges to policy makers, as evidenced by the war in Georgia and the continued debate over Kosovo’s independence.5/5(1).