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Succession of States

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Edited by: Mojmir Mrak

ISBN13: 9789041111456
ISBN: 904111145X
Published: March 1999
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £132.00

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The renewed interest in matters of state succession which accompanied the dissolution of three multinational, socialist states in post-communist Europe inspired the preparation of this book.

The book aims to provide both practical lessons of individual countries being directly involved in matters of state succession, and more theoretical contributions to expand the body of conceptual literature in this area. Its contributions address a wide variety of matters, ranging from problems associated with the recognition of states, issues of state succession with respect to international treaties and membership in international organizations, through specific issues such as citizenship, external debts and archives.

The diversity of contributions therefore provides a relatively complete survey of matters pertaining to succession of states, especially those relating to the legal, economic and financial aspects. The majority of contributions collected in this book are updated and revised versions of articles published in the December 1996 issue of ""Development and International Cooperation.""

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Public International Law
Recognition of states and its (non-) implication on state succession - the case of successor states to the former Yugoslavia, M. Skrk; disagreements over the definition of state property in the process of state succession to the former Yugoslavia, V.-D. Degan; equity and equitable principles in the law of state succession, W. Czaplinski; matters of state succession in the world bank's practice, I.F.I. Shihata; questions of state identity and state succession in Eastern and Central Europe, H. Bokor-Szego; the dissolution of Czechoslovakia and succession in respect of treaties, V. Mikulka; Austria and Slovenia - succession to bilateral treaties and the state treaty of 1955, G. Hafner; succession of states in respect of citizenship - the case of the former SFRY, T. Dzunov; succession to the former Yugoslavia's external debt - the case of Slovenia, M. Mrak; succession to the archives of the former SFR Yugoslavia, M. Oblak-Carni, B. Bohte; fundamental controversies in succession to the former SFR Yugoslavia, M. Trifkovic.