Territorial disputes: Final Recap 2021 (4 of 10) [Post 194]

Final recap. [4 of 10]: Gibraltar

Posts 31 to 40 centered the attention on Gibraltar. The combination of domestic, regional and international elements make this dispute a stalemate.
We have an already complex situation with Gibraltar, Spain and the United Kingdom in terms of geostrategic location, tax evasion, fishing rights, financial situation, only to name very few. If we add the European Union and Brexit the picture is extremely intricate. Although in principle a stalemate may seem negative, the status quo in Gibraltar may continue for now.
NOTE: The last posts this year include a recap of all we have covered so far by including daily the relevant links.

Posts 31 to 40: Gibraltar

Previous posts of the TERRITORIAL DISPUTE series (only about the Gibraltar below):
Post 31: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 1)
Post 32: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 2)
Post 33: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 3)
Post 34: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 4)
Post 35: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 5)
Post 36: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 6)
Post 37: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 7)
Post 38: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 8)
Post 39: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 9)
Post 40: Territorial disputes: Gibraltar (Part 10)


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.


Final recap. [5 of 10]: The Israel-Palestine difference.

Thursday 18th February 2021
Dr Jorge Emilio Núñez
Twitter: @DrJorge_World

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