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International law and the post-Soviet space. I, Essays on Chechnya and the Baltic States

Author: Thomas D Grant; Stephen M Schwebel
Publisher: Stuttgart, Germany : Ibidem Press, 2019.
Series: Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, 199.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas D Grant; Stephen M Schwebel
ISBN: 9783838272795 383827279X
OCLC Number: 1090240117
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Outline Contents-Volume I; Foreword by Stephen M. Schwebel; Table of Abbreviations; Table of Cases; Table of Treaties and Other Instruments; Contents-Volume I; Author's Preface; Finding international law as a whole: The particular, the parochial, and the disputed; Why a generalist international lawyer's view of the post-Soviet space?; Works in context-and a work in progress; Acknowledgements; Part One: Chechnya in the Russian Federation; Introduction; Chapter 1 Chechnya; A. Historical background; 1. Geography and people; 2. The arrival of Russia and early resistance 3. Soviet period and mass deportation4. Collapse of the USSR and the separation of Chechnya; 5. The Chechen wars; B. Putative statehood; 1. The Chechen claim to independence; 2. Territorial integrity and non-recognition of the independence claim; 3. Ceasefire accords; 4. Other effects in international relations and international law; 5. Present situation and status of Chechnya in the Russian Federation; C. Human rights and humanitarian law in the Chechen conflict; 1. Council of Europe; 2. The OSCE mission; 3. UN subsidiary organs, treaty organs, and thematic rapporteurs; 4. State practice 5. Chechnya in the European Court of Human RightsD. Conclusion; Select Bibliography; Select Documents; Chapter 2 A Panel of Experts for Chechnya: Purposes and Prospects in Light of International Law; 1. Introduction; 2. Chechnya before Russia; 2.1 Land and people; 2.2 Claimants to authority; 3. Russia in Chechnya and Chechen responses; 3.1 Early Russian involvement; 3.2 Chechen resistance; 3.3 The nineteenth-century Chechen state as response to Russia; 3.4 External affairs of nineteenth-century Chechnya; 3.5 Russian power in Chechnya in the twentieth century 4. Consequences of a determination of non-acquisition4.1 Process of independence of Russia; 4.2 Process of independence of the other eleven non-Russian republics; 4.3 Process of independence of the Baltic republics; 5. Russia and the Territory of Chechnya; 5.1 Prescription; 5.2 Prescription, Russia, and Chechnya; 5.2.1 Duration; 5.2.2 Protest by competing claimant to title; 5.2.3 Protest by third States; 5.3 Illegal use of force: A root of title?; 5.3.1 Modern rejection of force as root of title; 5.3.2 Intertemporal law and earlier views of force and territorial acquisition 5.4 Self-determination and territorial integrity6. Conclusion; Chapter 3 Afghanistan Recognises Chechnya; Introduction; I. International legal status of the Taliban regime; II. Recognition from the margins: Earlier examples; III. Diplomatic measures to deter recognition; IV. Human rights and humanitarian law; V. Humanitarian recognition; A. Why recognise a State?; B. Recognising humanitarian concern: Biafra and other cases; C. Recognition as assistance; Conclusion: Recognition and solidarity; Part Two: The Baltic States; Introduction
Series Title: Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, 199.
Other Titles: Essays on Chechnya and the Baltic States
Responsibility: Thomas D. Grant ; with a foreword by Stephen M. Schwebel.

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