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Three Elements of Sovereignty. International legal sovereignty: recognize juridically independent territorial entities which can then enter into international agreements Westphalian/Vatellian sovereignty: do not intervene in the internal affairs of other states

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three elements of sovereignty
Three Elements of Sovereignty

International legal sovereignty: recognize juridically independent territorial entities which can then enter into international agreements

Westphalian/Vatellian sovereignty: do not intervene in the internal affairs of other states

Domestic sovereignty: Authority structures and their effectiveness

three worlds of world politics after robert cooper
Three Worlds of World Politics (after Robert Cooper)

Modern world:

Fully sovereign states with international legal,Westphalian/Vattelian, and reasonably effective domestic sovereignty

85 countries

Postmodern world

States that have effective domestic sovereignty but have used their international legal sovereignty to compromise their Westphalian/Vattelian sovereignty

Mostly European Union

33 countries

Premodern world

Badly governed states that enjoy international legal sovereignty and may, or may not, have Westphalian/Vattelian sovereignty

37 to 73 countries, depending on which source is used

outlines of a settlement for a palestinian state are clear
Outlines of a Settlement for a Palestinian State are Clear
  • Borders
  • Some kind of arrangement for Jerusalem
  • No right of return to Israel
  • Provisions for linking West Bank and Gaza
the challenge creating an effective palestinian state
The Challenge: Creating an Effective Palestinian State
  • International legal sovereignty
  • Almost certainly not Westphalian sovereignty
  • Ideally a competent and democratic domestic authority structure
policy tools
Policy Tools
  • Trusteeship or Conservatorship
    • Intl Legal and Westphalian/Vatellian sovereignty eliminated for an extended and indefinite period
    • Executive authority exercised by an external actor
    • Unacceptable—no international legal sovereignty, no state
  • Transitional Administration
    • Usually authorized by UNSC: Executive authority exercised for a limited period by external actor; e.g. East Timor, Bosnia
    • Would have to be very time delimited – no international legal sovereignty, no state
  • Economic Incentives
    • Trade, Aid, Investment
  • Recognition Bargain
    • Conditions for offering international legal sovereignty
policy tools cont
Policy Tools (cont.)
  • Governance assistance
    • Assistance and training for judiciary political parties, etc.
    • Necessary but not sufficient
  • Economic Incentives
    • Trade, aid, investment
    • Will be weak because threat to withdraw may not be credible
policy tools cont1
Policy Tools (cont.)
  • Recognition bargain
    • Conditions for offering international legal sovereignty
    • Useful for some security arrangements
      • Over-flight rights
    • Limited utility for domestic authority structures
  • Contracting Out
    • Government sets policies
    • Contracts with external actors for implementation. Plausible and, perhaps, inescapable