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Theodore Christakis and Aristoteles Constantinides

Secessionist conflicts also have territorial consequences, as the creation of a new state entails questions relating to the boundaries between it and the parent state. The authors discuss the legal issues inherent to such situations, relating both to the title of territorial sovereignty of the seceding entity and to the delimitation of its boundaries.