Towards a Declaratory School of Government Recognition

Author:Joshua Downer
SUMMARY

Recognition of governments has historically been a political matter. Governments could choose to recognize or not to recognize any other government, free from the auspices of international law. However, in the wave of prodemocracy optimism after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, a group of international legal scholars declared the existence of a universal democratic entitlement, which implied... (see full summary)


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