Territorial disputes: Final Recap 2021 (3 of 10) [Post 193]

Final recap. [3 of 10]: Falkland/Malvinas islands

The posts today re-visits another TERRITORIAL DISPUTE: the Falkland/Malvinas islands.In 2018, we covered conceptual elements, law and politics, and several of the most relevant worldwide differencesNOTE: The last posts this year include a recap of all we have covered so far by including daily the relevant links.

Posts 21 to 30: Falkland/Malvinas islands

Previous posts about Falkland/Malvinas islands (TERRITORIAL DISPUTES series):

Post 21: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 1)
Post 22: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 2)
Post 23: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 3)
Post 24: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 4)
Post 25: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 5)
Post 26: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 6)
Post 27: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 7)
Post 28: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 8)
Post 29: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 9)

Post 30: Territorial disputes: Falkland/Malvinas islands (Part 10)

NOTE:  

This post is based on Jorge Emilio Núñez, Territorial Disputes and State Sovereignty. International Law and Politics (Routledge 2020).Previous published research monograph about territorial disputes and sovereignty by the author, Jorge Emilio Núñez, Sovereignty Conflicts and International Law and Politics: A Distributive Justice Issue London and New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2017.

NEXT POST: 

Final recap. [4 of 10]: Gibraltar.

Wednesday 17th February 2021
Dr Jorge Emilio Núñez
Twitter: @DrJorge_World
https://drjorge.world

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