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Acting Like a State: Non-European Membership of International Organizations in the Nineteenth Century

Ravndal, Ellen Jenny

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From their establishment in the nineteenth century, international (intergovernmental) organisations (IOs) have been intimately linked to both international and domestic aspects of state making. This chapter examines non-European IO membership in the nineteenth century and argues that joining an IO could strengthen a state’s claim to statehood in two ways. First, IOs provided an arena of international politics where non-European states could participate on the basis of formal sovereign equality...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018
Type: Book chapter
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/162100
Book Title: De-Centering State Making: Comparative and International Perspectives

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