Territorial disputes: Final Recap 2021 (10 of 10) [Post 200]

Final recap. [10 of 10]: The Persian Gulf

The Persian Gulf presents several TERRITORIAL DISPUTES in which several international agents claim sovereign rights for different reasons over the same area. Regionally, with a direct or indirect implication, we have Saudi Arabia, Iran, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Iraq. In addition to the regional claimants, there are many other international actors.

The previous posts introduced the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and China. 
The solution seems to require a mutually exclusive relation amongst them because it is assumed that the sovereignty over the disputes territories can be granted to only one of them. Indeed, sovereignty is often regarded as an absolute concept (that is to say, exclusive, and not shareable).

NOTE: The last posts this year include a recap of all we have covered so far by including daily the relevant links.

Posts 161 to 190: The Persian Gulf



Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 1) [Post 161]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 2) [Post 162]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 3) [Post 163]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 4) [Post 164]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 5) [Post 165]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 6) [Post 166]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 7) [Post 167]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 8) [Post 168]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 9) [Post 169]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 10) [Post 170]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 11) [Post 171]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 12) [Post 172]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 13) [Post 173]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 14) [Post 174]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 15) [Post 175]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 16) [Post 176]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 17) [Post 177]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 18) [Post 178]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 19) [Post 179]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 20) [Post 180]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 21) [Post 181]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 22) [Post 182]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 23) [Post 183]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 24) [Post 184]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 25) [Post 185]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 26) [Post 186]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 27) [Post 187]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 28) [Post 188]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 29) [Post 189]
Territorial disputes: The Persian Gulf (Part 30) [Post 190]

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.

Friday 26th February 2021
Dr Jorge Emilio Núñez
Twitter: @DrJorge_World
https://drjorge.world

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