In this chapter, we analyse how state sovereignty has been changing away from the Westphalian concept. Particular attention is directed to the emergence of conditional sovereignty in the form of democracy/human rights today. How far has a normative change in this direction taken place, and what may it imply for the use of force in a pro-democratic direction?
- Security Policy
- Military Force
- Child Soldier
- Military Power
- State Sovereignty
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States make war and war makes states
Tilly (1990: 32)
The point is that the meaning of sovereignty changes continuously
van Staden (2002)
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Matlary, J.H. (2006). Conditional Sovereignty. In: Values and Weapons. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230599734_2
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