Contracting States: Sovereign Transfers in International Relations

Contracting States Sovereign Transfers in International Relations
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Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description Increasingly today nation-states are entering into agreements that involve the sharing or surrendering of parts of their sovereign powers and often leave the cession of authority incomplete or vague. But until now, we have known surprisingly little about how international actors design and implement these mixed-sovereignty arrangements.

Contracting States uses the concept of "incomplete contracts"--agreements that are intentionally ambiguous and subject to future renegotiation--to explain how states divide and transfer their sovereign territory and functions, and demonstrate why some of these arrangements offer stable and lasting solutions while others ultimately collapse. This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar.

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