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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2011. № 7. Part 1. P. 134-138.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
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CONTROVERSIAL STATE INDEPENDENCE RECOGNITION IN MODERN WORLD POLITICS

Silaeva Zoya Vladimirovna
Kazan' (Volga Region) Federal University


Abstract. The author tells about the international institution of recognition within the framework of controversial states theory, reveals the political conjuncture, historical past and political players' personalities in the process of recognizing controversial states independence that is not reduced to the formal-juridical character of the problem, considers political neoinstitutionalism as the main methodological approach to researching and substantiates the principles of a controversial state political recognition applying statehood indices and international influence potential.
Key words and phrases: государство, спорное государство, непризнанное государство, институт признания, несостоявшееся государство, состоявшееся государство, state, controversial state, unrecognized state, institution of recognition, abandoned state, established state.
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