Crimea, the Referendum (!) and International Law: Highway to the Danger Zone
Mohammad Rubaiyat Rahman
Tulane University Law School
March 18, 2014
South Asia Canteen Blog, 2014
The paper makes analysis, from international law perspective, as to the validity and acceptance of the latterly held Crimea Referendum (March 16, 2014). The impacts of the referendum not only drag the territorial sovereignty of Ukraine into the brink of uncertainty, but also ruffle the peaceful and prosperous vibe of Europe.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 4
Keywords: Ukraine Sovereignty, Crimea, Russian Intervention, Secession, Crimea Referendum, Autonomous Territory of Ukraine, Ethnic Russian in Crimea, Tatar in Crimea, International Lawworking papers series
Date posted: March 19, 2014
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