Blog post. Unpacking Sovereignty and Self-determination in ITLOS and the ICC: A Bundle of Rights?

Volker Roeben (Blog post author), Sava Jankovic (Blog post author)

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    Abstract

    The following conclusion can be drawn from these two decisions. Self-determination and the intended status of statehood with its concomitant bundle of sovereign rights is a legal fact. That legal fact is determined by institutional processes that comprise the UNGA, the ICJ and international courts under specific treaties, regardless of the facts on the ground, although these may follow. In this constitutive subject-matter, international law is moving closer to an institutional normative order.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypeBlog post of the European Journal of International Law
    Media of outputtext
    PublisherEjilTalk
    Publication statusPublished - 4 Mar 2021

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