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Sovereignty Conflicts and the Desirability of a Peaceful Solution: Why Current International Remedies are not the Solution

Nunez, JE (2016) Sovereignty Conflicts and the Desirability of a Peaceful Solution: Why Current International Remedies are not the Solution. In: Selected Issues in Modern Jurisprudence. Athens Institute for Education and Research. ISBN 978-960-598-033-7

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Abstract

As with any kind of conflict, sovereignty issues can be addressed in a variety of ways and—possibly—solved. This paper highlights the main remedies applied at international level and assess why it is reasonable—at least—to doubt the value of their application. Independence, self-determination, the Antarctic solution, and many other remedies are reviewed. Although they may be the answer for some sovereignty conflicts, they present—for the reasons shown in this paper—a certain degree of uncertainty that make us doubt about their value. What I argue and this paper demonstrates is that there is a need for a peaceful solution that the reviewed international remedies cannot offer. What we need is a solution that no party may reasonably reject, whereas what we have is existing solutions that one or more parties may not accept.

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