• Corpus ID: 158841025

Secession from failed states : ethical and practical issues with current approaches

@inproceedings{Brown2018SecessionFF,
  title={Secession from failed states : ethical and practical issues with current approaches},
  author={E A Brown},
  year={2018}
}
1 Citations
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As this chapter will find, the United Nations (UN) has made several declarations concerning self-determination; the stance of the UN on self-determination can appear somewhat contradictory at times,

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