This series provides a forum for critical, innovative, and interdisciplinary work that examines statehood in contemporary world politics. The series publishes titles which examine the ontological, political, legal, ethical, economic, practical, and everyday aspects of statehood, from state creation, sovereignty, diplomatic recognition, governance, territory, foreign policy and external relations to security, borders, identity, and citizenship. Titles in the series seek to problematise existing perspectives on statehood and offer new theoretical and policy alternatives to re-envisage statehood in the twenty-first century.
Conflict Resolution in De Facto States The Practice of Engagement without Recognition
By Kamaran Palani
September 09, 2022
This book explains the dynamics and nature of Iraqi Kurdistan’s de facto statehood since its inception in 1991, in particular the vicissitudes de facto independence since then. The work examines de facto statehood in Kurdistan, and uncovers the dynamics of de facto statehood in Kurdistan at ...
By Sebastian Relitz
July 22, 2022
This book explores the challenges of conflict resolution in protracted conflicts and conceptualises and analyses the practice of engagement without recognition in de facto states. Increasingly, engagement without recognition is seen as a promising approach to conflict resolution in de facto states...
By Ana Maria Albulescu
October 21, 2021
This book analyses cases of incomplete secession after separatist wars and what this means for relations between central governments and de facto states. The work explores the interplay between violence and power by examining the micro-dynamics inherent in the process of escalation between ...