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In Africa, the management of border disputes varies from sub-region to sub-region. Most puzzling is the difference between West Africa and the Horn of Africa. In the latter, border disputes are much more likely to escalate into war than in the former. Seeking to solve this puzzle, this study focuses on the territorial integrity norm. The specific questions to be addressed include: What is the scope of international law in Arctic governance? How does international law function in the peripheral context, such as in the Arctic? Should there be a re-definition of international law where diverse legal mechanisms (hard law/soft law hybridisation) is present, such as in the Arctic?
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This book examines the challenges posed to contemporary international law by the shifting role of the border, which has recently re-emerged as a central. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help
Express or implied consent is required under international law for recognition of territory acquired by force, whether or not the use of force was legal. When states are created from the dissolution or dismemberment of existing countries, it is presumed that the frontiers of the new states will conform to the boundaries of prior internal administrative divisions. The historical record is a backdrop for evaluating border issues. The evaluation of historic rights are governed by distinct legal regimes in customary international law, including research and analysis based on acquisition and occupation; the existence of rights ipso facto and ab initio.
First, it offers a historiography of the notion of the border in international law, from the Roman ages to modernity. It appears that historically the legal concept of the border has undergone continuous transformations determined by the fluctuating purposes attached to it and by the modifications experienced by various socio-political entities.