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Recognizing StatesInternational Society and the Establishment of New States Since 1776$
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Mikulas Fabry

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199564446

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199564446.001.0001

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New States in Nineteenth‐Century Europe

New States in Nineteenth‐Century Europe

(p.79) Chapter 3 New States in Nineteenth‐Century Europe
Recognizing States

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Chapter 3 traces the gradual adoption of the de facto standard in nineteenth‐century Europe. It was the defining consideration not only in response to unilateral secessions, but also to other types of internally generated changes to existing statehood, such as the merger of several states into a Kingdom of Italy in the 1860s. Moreover, it proved to be workable in a wide range of contexts, including those where an intervention took place to defend the rights of third parties, as in Belgium or Greece.

Keywords:   de facto statehood, intervention, third parties, unilateral secession, state merger

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