State Sovereignty: Change and Persistence in International Relations by Sohail H. Hashmi
In what way does the concept of sovereignty change today? Where does this change lead us towards further international integration or greater subnational division? What will the effects of this…
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In what way does the concept of sovereigntychange today? Where does this change lead us towards further international integration or greater subnational division? What will the effects of this change have on international security, peace and justice? Will the emergence of new sovereign states of old ethnic groups lead the world towards a larger and more just order, or more chaos, violence and repression? The seven articles in this volume address these issues from historical, political, legal, ethical and social perspectives. In addition, they survey the applications of sovereignty in the contexts of Western Europe, post-communism, Islamic and East Asia.
The contributors are: Gregory H. Fox, James Gow, Sohail H.
Hashmi, Beatrice Heuser, Daniel Philpott, Miranda A. Schreurs, and Kamal S.
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