Law, Territory and Conflict Resolution: Law as a Problem and Law as a Solution

Author:   Francesco Palermo ,  Enrico Milano ,  Enrico Milano
Publisher:   Brill
Volume:   6
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9789004311282


Pages:   372
Publication Date:   19 May 2016
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Francesco Palermo ,  Enrico Milano ,  Enrico Milano
Publisher:   Brill
Imprint:   Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Volume:   6
Dimensions:   Width: 15.50cm , Height: 2.50cm , Length: 23.50cm
Weight:   0.714kg
ISBN:  

9789004311282


ISBN 10:   9004311289
Pages:   372
Publication Date:   19 May 2016
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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About the Authors; List of Acronyms; Introduction, Matteo Nicolini, Francesco Palermo and Enrico Milano; Part 1. Territory and Legal Studies: Reframing the Role of Law in Territorial Conflicts; 1. Territory and Conflicts: Is International Law the Problem? Beatrice Bonafe; 2. Territory and the Law of Ownership: From Misunderstanding to Opportunity, Francesco Palermo; 3. Beyond Majoritarian Autonomy? Legislative and Executive Power-sharing in European Regions, Karl Kossler; 4. Studying Territorial Autonomy as a Multiplicity of Ways to Institutionalise Ethnicity, Alexander Osipov; 5. In Search of a Fair Balance between the Inviolability of Borders, Self-Determination and Secession in International Law, Antonello Tancredi; 6. Territorial Entitlement and Exit Scenarios, Jure Vidmar; 7. Internationalised Territorial Regimes as Solution to Conflicts? Maria Chiara Vitucci; Part 2. Law and the Dynamics of Territorial Conflicts: Problems and Solutions in Selected Case Studies 8. Transferring Crimea from Russia to Ukraine: Historical and Legal Analysis of Soviet Legislation, Oleksandr Yarmysh and Alina Cherviatsova; 9. Constitutions and Territorial Claims: Lessons from the Former Soviet Space, Caterina Filippini; 10. Territorial (Se)Cession in Light of the Recent Events in Crimea, Veronika Bilkova; 11. Multiple Identities in a Unitary State: Tracing the Origins of the Ukrainian Crisis Back, Simone Stefan; 12. Shrinking Autonomy for Tatarstan and Gagauzia: The Perils of Flexible Institutional Design, Federica Prina; 13. The Intractable Case of Northern Kosovo in the Light of the 2013 Brussels Agreement, Enrico Milano; 14. Territorial and Ethnic Divide: A New Legal Geography for Cyprus, Matteo Nicolini; 15. International Economic Law and Conflict Resolution: The West Bank between Dominium, Land Ownership and Land Grabbing, Federica Cristani; 16. Dutch-German Boundary Relations in the Eems-Dollard (Ems-Dollart) Estuary: An Implicit Condominium? Harry H.G. Post; 17. Conclusion: Laws and Conflicts over Territories, Giuseppe Nesi; Index.

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Matteo Nicolini, Ph.D (2005), University of Verona, is Assistant Professor of Comparative Public Law at the University of Verona and Researcher at the Institute for Studies on federalism and Regionalism at the European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC). He is author of several publications in Italian, Spanish and English. Francesco Palermo, Ph.D (1998), University of Innsbruck, is Head of the Institute for Studies on Federalism and Regionalism at the European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC) and Professor of Comparative Public Law at the University of Verona. He has over 200 publications in several languages, including 10 monographs, particularly in comparative, Italian and European constitutional law, minority rights, cross-border cooperation, federalism and regionalism. Enrico Milano, Ph.D (2004), London School of Economics, is Associate Professor of International Law at the University of Verona, where he teaches international law and the law of international organizations. He has written extensively in the field of public international law, especially on the management and settlement of territorial disputes.

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