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Enduring territorial disputes : strategies of bargaining, coercive diplomacy, and settlement

Author: Krista Eileen Wiegand
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©2011.
Series: Studies in security and international affairs.
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Of all the issues in international relations, disputes over territory are the most salient and most likely to lead to armed conflict. Understanding their endurance is of paramount importance. Although many states have settled their disagreements over territory, seventy-one disputes involving nearly 40 percent of all sovereign states remain unresolved. In this study, the author examines why some states are willing  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Krista Eileen Wiegand
ISBN: 9780820337388 0820337382 9780820339467 0820339466
OCLC Number: 707023091
Description: xvi, 340 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: The endurance of territorial disputes --
Previous research on territorial dispute strategies --
Territorial disputes as bargaining leverage --
Characteristics of territorial disputes --
The Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute --
The Shebaa Farms border dispute --
The Ceuta/Sebta and Melilla/Melilia enclaves dispute --
The Sino-Soviet/Russian border and territorial dispute --
The resolution of enduring territorial disputes.
Series Title: Studies in security and international affairs.
Responsibility: Krista E. Wiegand.

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Of all the issues in international relations, disputes over territory are the most salient and most likely to lead to armed conflict. In this study, Krista E. Wiegand examines why some states are  Read more...

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