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Normative Standing: De Facto State Identity and International Legitimation

Klich, Sebastian Tadeusz

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This thesis makes an original contribution to the field of de facto state studies. The robustness and durability of de facto states in the post-Cold War era has defied scholars’ earlier predictions of likely impermanence. In the de facto states literature that followed, a focus on rational choice approaches permeated the analysis of these states’ international engagement, however the concept of de facto state identity and how it shapes the relationship with...[Show more]

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Type: Thesis (PhD)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/154271

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