Palestine, Taiwan, and Western Sahara: Statehood, Sovereignty, and the International System (Hardcover)
An examination of the undercurrents of statehood and sovereign integrity vis- -vis the State of Palestine, Taiwan, and Western Sahara; and examines why the international system is convoluted and often powerless in effecting the principles of self-determination. This denial of collective aspiration continues to be a source of regional and global insight.
About the Author
Sabella Ogbobode Abidde is professor of political science and a member of the graduate faculty at Alabama State University.