... only develop into a state with the agreement of other states.”[vi] Nevertheless constitutive theorists decline to specify how many states need recognise an entity in order for its incipient statehood to become valid; this leaves the status of partially recognised states ambiguous.[vii] This ambiguity is part of a recent trend concerning the contemporary inconsistency in the application of international law, especially in the fields of the application of military force and state recognition....
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... by a combination of GDP and population; thus the entity must possess a GDP of no more than $12 billion in combination with a population of no more than 5 million. These figures have been chosen as they encompass all of the existing unrecognised and partially recognised states (with the exception of Taiwan) but excludes relatively powerful recognised entities comparable in Geographic scope, such as the Persian Gulf Emirates. Taiwan will receive the necessary clarification in a later post. Finally,...
Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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