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Osloavtalen och den folkrättsliga definitionen av stat

Sartell, Emmy LU (2016) STVK02 20152
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This essay investigates the Oslo Accords with the purpose of examining if the International Law Criteria for State can be found in these. The Criteria are a defined territory, a permanent population, a government and a capacity to enter into relations with other states. This will be done with support of three theoretical perspectives, which offers different views of the Criteria for State and updated research regarding the Accords, and its process. The primary materials are the two, still valid, Oslo Accords from 1993 and 1995. The method used is content analysis, as the purpose of this essay is to examine the information found in the Oslo Accords articles. The analysis shows that the three first criteria are found in the Oslo Accords.... (More)
This essay investigates the Oslo Accords with the purpose of examining if the International Law Criteria for State can be found in these. The Criteria are a defined territory, a permanent population, a government and a capacity to enter into relations with other states. This will be done with support of three theoretical perspectives, which offers different views of the Criteria for State and updated research regarding the Accords, and its process. The primary materials are the two, still valid, Oslo Accords from 1993 and 1995. The method used is content analysis, as the purpose of this essay is to examine the information found in the Oslo Accords articles. The analysis shows that the three first criteria are found in the Oslo Accords. However, the fourth criteria regarding a capacity to enter into relations with other states is not, since this is prohibited in the Oslo Accords II. Furthermore, it is shown that the Criteria for State regarding a government is the most dominating one. The lack of recognition and prohibition to a capacity to enter into relations with other states presents an obstacle, since it makes Palestine’s road to become an internationally recognized state more difficult. (Less)
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Sartell, Emmy LU
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STVK02 20152
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Oslo-Accords, Palestine, Israel, State, Territory, Population, Government, Relations, Content Analysis.
language
Swedish
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8513659
date added to LUP
2016-02-02 13:56:48
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  abstract     = {This essay investigates the Oslo Accords with the purpose of examining if the International Law Criteria for State can be found in these. The Criteria are a defined territory, a permanent population, a government and a capacity to enter into relations with other states. This will be done with support of three theoretical perspectives, which offers different views of the Criteria for State and updated research regarding the Accords, and its process. The primary materials are the two, still valid, Oslo Accords from 1993 and 1995. The method used is content analysis, as the purpose of this essay is to examine the information found in the Oslo Accords articles. The analysis shows that the three first criteria are found in the Oslo Accords. However, the fourth criteria regarding a capacity to enter into relations with other states is not, since this is prohibited in the Oslo Accords II. Furthermore, it is shown that the Criteria for State regarding a government is the most dominating one. The lack of recognition and prohibition to a capacity to enter into relations with other states presents an obstacle, since it makes Palestine’s road to become an internationally recognized state more difficult.},
  author       = {Sartell, Emmy},
  keyword      = {Oslo-Accords,Palestine,Israel,State,Territory,Population,Government,Relations,Content Analysis.},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Osloavtalen och den folkrättsliga definitionen av stat},
  year         = {2016},
}