The Making of the Territorial Order: New Borders and the Emergence of Interstate Conflict

@article{Carter2011TheMO,
  title={The Making of the Territorial Order: New Borders and the Emergence of Interstate Conflict},
  author={David B. Carter and Henk E Goemans},
  journal={International Organization},
  year={2011},
  volume={65},
  pages={275 - 309}
}
Abstract We argue that new international borders are rarely new. We propose that when states choose new borders they use previous administrative frontiers to solve a difficult short-term bargaining problem and a long-term coordination problem. With a unique new set of data collected specifically for this project, we systematically examine the new international borders of the twentieth century resulting from secession, partition, and the use of force. New international borders, we find, are… 
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