Edited by Marcelo G. Kohen and Mamadou Hébié
Territorial conflicts have always been at the core of international relations. The manner in which international law deals with them reveals the character of the legal system. The acquisition of territorial sovereignty is built around the two main cornerstones: the pre-eminence of title over effectivités and the critical importance of the requirement of consent in modifying situations.
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