- Exeter studies in ethno politics
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Conceptualizing unrecognized states -- 1.Theorizing unrecognized states: sovereignty, secessionism, and political economy / Gareth Stansfield -- 2.Complex terrains: unrecognized states and globalization / Matan Chorev -- 3.International actions and the making and unmaking of unrecognized states / Klejda Mulaj -- 4.What do unrecognized states tell us about sovereignty? / Stacy Closson -- pt. II The interactions of the recognized and the unrecognized state -- 5.States without sovereignty: imitating democratic statehood / Nina Caspersen -- 6.After the war ends: violence and viability of post-Soviet unrecognized states / Kristin M. Bakke -- 7.`Separatism is the mother of terrorism': internationalizing the security discourse on unrecognized states / Helge Blakkisrud -- 8.The foreign policies of unrecognized states / Francis Owtram -- pt. III Conflict management and unrecognized states -- 9.The limits of international conflict management in the case of Abkhazia and South Ossetia / Stefan Wolff -- 10.The politics of unrecognized states and the business of international peace mediation: enablers or hindrance for conflict resolution? / Antje Herrberg -- 11.Reintegrating unrecognized states: internationalizing frozen conflicts / Liam Anderson.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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