Recognition of governments : legal doctrine and state practice, 1815-1995

Peterson, M. J. Recognition of governments : legal doctrine and state practice, 1815-1995. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1997.

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Author Peterson, M. J.
Title Recognition of governments : legal doctrine and state practice, 1815-1995
Place of Publication Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire
Publisher Macmillan
Publication year 1997
Sub-type Other
Series Studies in diplomacy
ISBN 0312175191
Language eng
Total number of pages 295
Subjects 1801 Law
Keyword Recognition (International law)
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes Table of contents:
1. The Institution of Recognition of Governments
2. Limits to Recognition of Governments
3. Legal Rules Guiding Recognition Decisions
4. The Main Criteria for Recognition
5. Other Proposed Criteria
6. The Forms of Recognition
7. Recognition in Bilateral Relations
8. Recognition in Multilateral Relations
9. Recognition in Domestic Administration and Law
10. Political Uses of Recognition
11. Altering the Institution of Recognition of Governments
12. The International System and Recognition of Governments.

 
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