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by P. K. Menon
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Category: Foreign & International Law
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (January 1, 1994)
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This text deals with theories of recognition, recognition of states, governments, belligerency and insurgency. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
This text deals with theories of recognition, recognition of states, governments, belligerency and insurgency.
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This text deals with theories of recognition, recognition of states, governments, belligerency and insurgency, modes and effects of recognition and the doctrine of non-recognition. It provides full length discourse on the law of recognition in an easily digestible format.
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Recognition (International law).
12 P. Menon, The Law of Recognition in International Law: Basic Principles (1994), 8; T. Grant, The Recognition of States: Law and Practice in Debate and Evolution (1999), 97. 13 Sloane, supra note 1, at 116–17
12 P. 13 Sloane, supra note 1, at 116–17. 14 Crawford, supra note 1, at 21; K. Marek, Identity and Continuity of States in Public International Law (1968), 132. 15 Sloane, supra note 1, at 115. 16 Art.
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They are the basic principles of international law. They have an obligatory character for those subjects who have accepted them at the state level. Principles of cooperation and conscientious fulfillment of international obligations aimed at the interaction of l law in the resolution of specific problems. At the same time, cooperation is based on the recognition of the sovereignty of states, their power in a strictly specified territory. The universally recognized principles of international law that determine independence. The basic rule of this group is principle of non-interference in the state's own affairs.
Menon, The Law of Recognition in International Law-Basic Principles 160 (1994). nition as a State (statehood), and recognition as de iure government (full powers of representation); with respect to the act of recognition: de iure recognition of State/ government (express and formal act of recognition), de facto recognition of State/gov- ernment (implied/tacit recognition).