Territorial integrity and the right to self-determination: an examination of the conceptual tools

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Castellino, Joshua (2008)
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    * Professor of Law and Head of Law Department, Middlesex University, London, England. Ph.D., International Law, University of Hull, England (1999); M.A., International Law and Politics, University of Hull, England (1996); B. Comm., Bombay University, India (1995).

    1. See BRAD R. ROTH, GOVERNMENTAL ILLEGITIMACY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 2 (2001) (examining the process through which this “legitimacy” is validated in international law). See also JAMES L. BRIERLY, THE BASIS OF OBLIGATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND OTHER PAPERS 47 (Hersch Lauterpacht & C.H.M. Waldock eds., 1958) (explaining the nexus between the individual and the state, defined on the basis of a fixed “territorial compartment”).

    2. See HEDLEY BULL, THE ANARCHICAL SOCIETY: A STUDY OF ORDER IN WORLD POLITICS 74-94 (2d ed. 1995).

    3. See Vernon Van Dyke, The Individual, the State and Ethnic Communities in Political Theory, in WILL KYMLICKA, THE RIGHTS OF MINORITY CULTURES 31 (1st ed. 1995); Vernon Van Dyke, Human Rights and the Rights of Groups, 18 AM. J. POL. SCI. 725 (1974). See, e.g., Cindy L. Holder & Jeff J. Corntassel, Indigenous Peoples and Multicultural Citizenship: Bridging Collective and Individual Rights, 24 HUM. RTS. Q. 126 (2002).

    4. Thomas M. Franck, The Emerging Right to Democratic Governance, 86 AM. J. INT'L L. 46 (1992).

    5. See generally Lea Brilmayer, Secession and Self-Determination: A Territorial Interpretation, 16 YALE J. INT'L L. 177 (1991) (explaining the importance of the territorial state, especially the clash between self-determination and territorial integrity).

    23. Shaw, supra note 22, at 97.

    24. See generally ORDER & JUSTICE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (Rosemary Foot, John Lewis Gaddis & Andrew Hurrell eds., 2003) (discussing the importance of order).

    25. See BENYAMIN NEUBERGER, NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION IN POSTCOLONIAL AFRICA 4 (1986); Rosalyn Higgins, Grotius and the Development of International Law in the United Nations Period, in HUGO GROTIUS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 267 (Hedley Bull, Benedict Kingsbury & Adam Roberts eds., 1992).

    26. See generally JAMES MUIRHEAD, HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE PRIVATE LAW OF ROME 89-212 (Henry Goudy & Alexander Grant eds., 3d ed. 1916); JOLOWICZ & NICOLAS, supra note 20, at 259-63 (discussing the possessory interdicts).

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