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Gibraltar is an Overseas Territory of the UK within the EU, which has for three centuries been at the centre of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonisation. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases the Gibraltar people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute it asks how its resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a productive trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable an enduring settlement.The author marries theories from international relations, constitutional law and public international law in the context of modern literature on sovereignty and nationalism, applying these theories to the case-study of Gibraltar with emphasis on constitutionalism in its international and EU context to produce a ground-breaking addition to the literature on stateless nationalism, late sovereignty and constitutional pluralism. As such it also complements recent studies of sub-state societies, regions or nations within Europe and elsewhere, including Catalunya, the Basque Country and Scotland and Wales, and in the broader Commonwealth context, other British overseas territories. This book will be of interest to lawyers, political scientists, constitutional historians and constitutionalists. Keith Azopardi, Books, Reference and Language, Sovereignty and the Stateless Nation: Gibraltar in the Modern Legal Context Books>Reference and Language Gibraltar, an overseas territory of the UK within the EU, has for three centuries been at the center of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto, the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar from having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonization. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases Gibraltar's people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute, it asks how the resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism, and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable an

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Gibraltar is an Overseas Territory of the UK within the EU, which has for three centuries been at the centre of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and. Gibraltar is an Overseas Territory of the UK within the EU, which has for three centuries been at the centre of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonisation. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases the Gibraltar people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute it asks how its resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a productive trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable an enduring settlement. The author marries theories from international relations, constitutional law and public international law in the context of modern literature on sovereignty and nationalism, applying these theories to the case-study of Gibraltar with emphasis on constitutionalism in its international and EU context to produce a ground-breaking addition to the literature on stateless nationalism, late sovereignty and constitutional pluralism. As such it also complements recent studies of sub-state societies, regions or nations within Europe and elsewhere, including Catalunya, the Basque Country and Scotland and Wales, and in the broader Commonwealth context, other British overseas territories. This book will be of interest to lawyers, political scientists, constitutional historians and constitutionalists. Books, Business, Finance and Law~~International Law~~Public International Law, Sovereignty And The Stateless Nation~~Book~~9781841139166~~Keith Azopardi, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Hart Publishing]

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: HART PUB, 417 Seiten, [GR: I-LE - Legal Reference / Law Profession], [SW: - Law / International], Gebunden, Klappentext: Gibraltar an overseas territory of the UK within the EU has for three centuries been at the center of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto, the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar from having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonization. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases Gibraltar's people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute, it asks how the resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism, and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable a Gibraltar, an overseas territory of the UK within the EU, has for three centuries been at the center of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto, the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar from having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonization. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases Gibraltar's people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute, it asks how the resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism, and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable an

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Sovereignty and the Stateless Nation: Gibraltar in the Modern Legal Context
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Azopardi, Keith

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Sovereignty and the Stateless Nation: Gibraltar in the Modern Legal Context

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9781841139166

Gibraltar, an overseas territory of the UK within the EU, has for three centuries been at the center of a dispute between Britain and Spain, a dispute based on traditional perceptions of sovereignty. Hitherto, the dispute has been managed in a predominantly bilateral way, but this has prevented the people of Gibraltar from having an equal say on the issue of Gibraltar's sovereignty and decolonization. It has produced a paradox of governance and constitutionalism that encases Gibraltar's people. This book considers the effects of sovereignty and the culture of bilateralism on the dispute, and examines the resulting deficits of governance and democracy. In assessing the evolution of the themes underlying the dispute, it asks how the resolution might be facilitated by the application of ideas drawn from the modern legal context of late sovereignty, pluralism, and stateless nationalism, suggesting that a trilateral approach and recognition of the legal and societal context could enable an

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781841139166
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: HART PUB
417 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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