South Sudan and the International Legal Framework Governing the Emergence and Delimitation of New States
University of Oxford - Faculty of Law
September 1, 2011
Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 42, No. 3, 2012
This Article identifies and analyzes the legal framework relevant for South Sudan’s emergence as a state and its international delimitation. It demonstrates that independence stemmed from the domestic constitutional arrangement. Referring to the practice of confining new international borders, the Article also argues that, contrary to Sudan’s argument, the 1956 colonial boundary does not apply automatically. Of central importance is the latest internal boundary. This arrangement foresees an exception to the 1956 line but has not been determined in accordance with applicable law.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 19Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: May 16, 2012
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