State Sovereignty: Concept, Phenomenon and Ramifications

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Palgrave Macmillan, Nov 27, 2005 - Political Science - 232 pages
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This thought-provoking book explores the gap between seeing sovereignty as either absolute or relative, arguing that state sovereignty is both factual and judicial and that the "loss" of sovereignty exists only at the margins of the international society. With many interesting real-world examples of ambiguous sovereignty examined, this is an important argument against those who are quick to claim that "sovereignty" is under assault.

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Ersun N. Kurtulus is a Visiting Research Fellow and a Part-time Teacher at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, and an Associate Lecturer at the Open University.

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