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    Title: 后蘇聯地區事實上國家的可持續性與未來(以阿布哈兹和德涅斯特河沿岸爲例)
    The sustainability and future of de facto states of post-sovie area (on the example of Transnistria and Abkhazia)
    Authors: 瑪麗亞
    Bazhkova, Maryia
    Contributors: 連弘宜
    Lian, Hong-Yi
    Bazhkova, Maryia
    Keywords: 事實上國家
    de facto state
    frozen conflict
    parent state
    patron state
    possible scenario
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-12-06 09:24:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 苏联解体和南斯拉夫导致
    The dissolution of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia resulted in the
    establishment of a great number of sovereign nations and separatist states
    concentrated in the greater Black Sea region and Balkans. The latter, so-called de
    facto states became the result of frozen conflicts that emerged as Russia’s grip over its
    territory weakened during the last years of the USSR and dormant ethno-religious
    tensions erupted into internecine conflict. Separatists, ultimately with help from
    Russia, were able to enshrine victories on the battlefield through ceasefires with
    parent states that have held for over two decades. However, the issues surrounding
    these de facto states remain unsettled, and attempts at conflict resolution and
    reconciliation have been complicated by many factors, including Russian interests and
    involvement in the region, national historical memory and demographics, non-ability
    of weak parent states to step up and international norms and laws that mostly favor
    the status quo. This thesis seeks to examine the de facto states of Abkhazia and
    Transnistria, the challenges in front of them and explore possible scenarios for the
    future of these entities through investigating and analyzing the common points and
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106253030
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201901252
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