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The Classification of States and the Creation of Status within the International Community

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The question to what extent the stigmatization of certain states in international law, is employed to complement their political isolation, becomes increasingly important. Especially since such classifications are utilized in legal contexts to expand binding provisions in the light of unprecedented danger.

This article will attempt to outline aspects of the answer to this question, by focusing on the impact of a unilaterally introduced stigmatization of states upon an international community, based on the sovereign equality of states as one of its founding principles.

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2003-01-01
2016-12-03

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