Federalism, Secession, and International Recognition Regime: Iraqi Kurdistan

Federalism, Secession, and International Recognition Regime: Iraqi Kurdistan

by Alex Danilovich

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ISBN-13: 9780429827655
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/10/2018
Series: Federalism Studies
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 236
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Professor Alex Danilovich was professionally trained in the USA, USSR and France, and has developed scholarly expertise in comparative politics, constitutional law and international relations. The results of his research have been summarized in many scholarly articles and several books, such as Russian-Belarusian Integration: Playing Games Behind the Kremlin Walls, Ashgate, USA/UK, 2006; Iraqi Federalism and the Kurds: Learning to Live Together, Ashgate, UK, 2014; Iraqi Kurdistan in Middle Eastern Politics, Routledge, UK, 2017.

Alex Danilovich worked as an expatriate professor and academic administrator in Iraqi Kurdistan over several years. He is a recipient of the American Political Science Association award for Outstanding Teaching in Political Science. Currently, Alex Danilovich works as a Senior Associate at the Institute on Governance, an Ottawa-based think-tank, on a project related to Iraqi federalism.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Alex Danilovich

 

PART I: FEDERALISM, DOMESTIC POLITICS AND SECESSION

CHAPTER 1 The Paradox of Federalism and the Iraqi Federation

Hemin R.A. Akreyi

CHAPTER 2 Seeking Sovereignty under Modern Conditions: The Case of Iraqi Kurdistan

Anwar Anaid

CHAPTER 3 Together We Stand, Divided We Fall: Transcending the Obstacles to Internal Sovereignty in Iraqi Kurdistan

Nigel Greaves

CHAPTER 4 From Shotgun Marriage to Amicable Divorce? The Kurdistan Region of Iraq: Self-determination, Secession and Recognition in Comparative Perspective

Francis Owtram

CHAPTER 5 KRG Survival in Iraq and in the Middle East: Non-Alignment and Sectarian Neutrality

Sara Salahaddin Mustafa

 

PART 2: RECOGNITION REGIME: GLOBAL POWERS’ AND SIGNIFICANT NEIGHBORS’ ON KURDISTAN’S SOVEREIGNTY ASPIRATIONS

CHAPTER 6 Kurdistan: the Strategy of Secession and International Recognition Regime

Ryan D. Griffiths

CHAPTER 7 Iraqi Kurdistan Independence Aspirations and the Neo-Ottomanist Turkey

Emel Tugdar and Serhun Al

CHAPTER 8 Iran’s Regional Hegemony and Iraqi Kurdistan’s Independence

Sardar Aziz and Sherko Kirmanj

CHAPTER 9 Israel's Periphery Doctrine and the Kurds

David Romano and Shivan Rojhilat

CHAPTER 10 China’s Energy Strategy in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan

Hugo El Kholi

CHAPTER 11 Kurdish Interests and US Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Alex Danilovich and Paula Pineda

CHAPTER 12 Russia’s Strategy Towards Iraq and Kurdistan

Alex Danilovich and Kirill Vertyaev

Conclusion

Alex Danilovich

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