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Laoutides, Costas, author.
Self-determination and collective responsibility in the secessionist struggle
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction. Part I Theory and Practise of Self-Determination and Secession: The evolution of self-determination in world politics; Theorizing secession in the post-Cold War era. Part II Secession as Responsible Emancipation: Processes and Collective Action: The process of secession as emancipation; Collective agency and collective responsibility in secessionist politics. Part III Collective Responsibility in Real Cases: The Kurdish separatist movement in Turkey and Iraq; The Moldova-Transdniester conflict; Conclusion. Bibliography; Index.|
|Series Title:||Non-state actors in international law, politics and governance series|
|Responsibility:||Costas Laoutides (Deakin University, Australia).|
'The challenges posed to the world's political boundaries by secessionist movements are both complex and enduring. The political rights and moral aspirations of groups are frequently difficult to
- Secession -- Case studies.
- Sovereignty -- Case studies.
- Self-determination, National -- Case studies.
- Kurds -- Political activity -- Iraq.
- Kurds -- Political activity -- Turkey.
- Moldovans -- Political activity.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Essays
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / General
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / National
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Reference