4 edition of Re-Examining Sovereignty found in the catalog.
June 17, 2000
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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This book provides a complete documentary history of the idea of sovereignty from Classical theory to the global age. The historical examination of sovereignty leads the author to conclude that the recent transformation of the principle of sovereignty can be understood in the context of 'new international constitutionalism'.
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This book offers a history of the notion of sovereignty, emphasizing the period from onwards. The ambition is to discover whether there are mul.
‘Sovereignty vs. Suffering’. Re-examining Sovereignty and Human Rights through the Lens of Iraq 5 On the historical development of the concept of sovereignty see H.
Spruyt, The Sovereign State and Its Competitors () and F. Hinsley, Sovereignty (). 6 See discussion in Hinsley, supra note 5, at 7 See Steinberger, ‘Sovereignty’, in 10. Re-Examining Sovereignty: From Classical Theory to the Global Age By Hideaki Shinoda Macmillan, Read preview Overview Sovereignty and Its Other: Toward the Dejustification of Violence By Dimitris Vardoulakis Fordham University Press, To cite this Article Berg, Eiki()'Re-Examining Sovereignty Claims in Changing Territorialities: Reflections from 'Kosovo Syndrome'',Geopolitics, — To link to Author: Eiki Berg.
This volume is a sequel to the author's earlier work on the development of European theories of sovereignity and constitutionalism. Professor Franklin here explains a major innovation associated with the English Civil Wars.
It was only now, he shows, that there finally emerged a theory of sovereignity and resistance that was fully compatible with a mixed constitution. ] Sovereignty and Indigenous Peoples In North America 83 difficult to define, 2 some understanding of sovereignty's essence is nonetheless essential for any assessment to be made of claims to sovereignty in North America during the colonial period.
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Hideaki Shinoda. : Hideaki Shinoda. The account of sovereignty in the work of Jean Bodin was a major event in the development of European political thought. Bodin's precise definition of supreme authority, his determination of its scope, and his analysis of the functions that it logically entailed, helped turn public law into a scientific discipline.
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Re-examining Liberation in Namibia: Political Cultures Since Independence When the Republic of Namibia was proclaimed on 21 Marchthe long and bitter struggle for sovereignty came to an end Format: Paperback.
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Re-Examining Sovereignty and Human Rights Through the Lens of Iraq, 13 Eur. J. Int’l. L.(). (Cited by the British House of Commons Library: International Affairs and Defence Section, in Iraq: the debate on policy options, Research Paper 02/53, 20 Septemberat pages 62 and In politics, a partition is a change of political borders cutting through at least one territory considered a homeland by some community.
Common arguments for partitions include: historicist – that partition is inevitable, or already in progress; last resort – that partition should be pursued to avoid the worst outcomes (genocide or large-scale ethnic expulsion), if all other means fail.Classical Constitutional Notions of Sovereignty 1.
Julian H. Franklin points out that in sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Europe Bodin’s notion of indivisible sovereignty was influential, but vigorously : Hideaki Shinoda.