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De Facto States in Eurasia

edited by Tomáš Hoch and Vincenc Kopecek
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Language
English
Series
Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series
ISBN
0429244045, 9780429520785, 0429520786, 9780429548956, 0429548958, 9780429534256, 0429534256, 9780429244049, 9780367199128 (hardback)
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Summary
"This book explores the phenomenon of de facto states in Eurasia, states such as, for example, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh and the Transnistrian Moldovan Republic. It examines how they are formed, what sustains them and how their differing development trajectories have unfolded. It argues that most of these de facto states have been formed with either direct or indirect support from Russia, but that they all have their own internal logic and are not simply puppets in the hands of a powerful patron. The book both provides detailed case studies and draws out general patterns, and in addition compares present day de facto states with de facto states which existed in the past"--
Contents
  • De facto statehood: understanding the concept
  • Russian territorial expansion and de facto states in the first half of 20th century
  • The emergence of de facto states
  • How de facto states are sustained and instrumentalized
  • Why de facto states fail.
Description
1 online resource.
Series Statement
Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series ; 91
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