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  • Joffé George (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-09-01)
    Despite the current moves towards resolution of long‐standing conflict within the Arab world, the issue of boundary alignment between states remains as acute a potential source of conflict as ever. Many boundaries in the ...
  • Bradnock RobertW. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-12-01)
    Mastering Space: Hegemony, Territory and International Political Economy by JOHN AGNEW and STUART CORBRIDGE. London: Routledge. ISBN 0–415–09433‐X (hb) and 009434–8 (pb).
  • Clapham Christopher (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-09-01)
    Eritrea's independence from Ethiopia in 1993 marked the first successful case of territorial separatism in post‐colonial Africa, and thus provides an important precedent for the rest of the continent. It is, however, a ...
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  • Till Geoffrey (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-12-01)
    Geographically, economically and strategically the Asia‐Pacific was a maritime area through the Cold War era, and remains one today. Not surprisingly, the threats that confront it are also often maritime in character. ...
  • Blanchard Jean‐MarcF.; Ripsman NorrinM. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-12-01)
    Political scientists employ the concept of economic interdependence for three theoretical purposes: to evaluate whether expanding international economic ties diminish the autonomy of states; to study the relationship between ...
  • Morphet Sally (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-06-01)
    This article examines the relationship between territorial disputes or disputes which have a territorial dimension, their settlement and peacekeeping both within and without the UN system over the whole period of the UN's ...
  • Chopra Jarat (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-06-01)
    The stalemate in Western Sahara was the second casualty of a chronic disability of United Nations peacekeeping historically, and particularly of more complex transition operations recently. A link has been missing between ...
  • Kaikobad KaiyanHomi (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-06-01)
    This study attempts to elicit some of the more important principles of self determination examined in the light of territorial disputes between various non‐self governing territories, metropolitan powers and claimant states. ...
  • Mcdermott Anthony (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-06-01)
    The first public, direct talks between Arab and Israeli negotiators after the 1948–49 war produced agreements signed by Israel and Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, and these created the Mixed Armistice Commissions. A key ...
  • Nonneman Gerd (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-09-01)
    This study presents a review and analysis of Iraqi‐Kuwaiti relations as they developed and changed over time. It attempts to look beyond the immediate political and legal aspects of this difficult relationship, while at ...
  • Schofield Richard (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-12-01)
    Alone within Arabia, the eastern three‐quarters of the international land boundary between Saudi Arabia and Yemen remains to be delimited. The Riyadh and San'a governments have been engaged intermittently in bilateral ...
  • Corson MarkW.; Minghi JulianV. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-06-01)
    After twenty days of intense negotiations in November 1995 at Wright‐Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio among the presidents of Bosnia‐Herzegovina, Serbia (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) and Croatia, peace finally ...
  • Thomas BradfordL.; Dzurek DanielJ. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-12-01)
    The Spratly Islands, in the southern reaches of the South China Sea, have become the focus of an unstabilising territorial dispute. Five of the sea's littoral states or political entities lay conflicting claims to all or ...
  • Wilkinson J. C. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-09-01)
    Using French and British archives, this article shows how and why Zanzibar was excluded from the Berlin conference through Bismarck's and Leopold's intrigues, and consequently had to submit its territorial rights on the ...