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The Calhoun Review, Issue 1, Volume I, 2016 – Secession and Devolution in Contemporary Geopolitical Theory
(2016)
  • Barry Clark
  • Rivka Weill, Radzyner School of Law
  • Christine Bell, University of Edinburgh
  • Igor Calzada, University of Oxford
  • Edward Stiglitz, Cornell University Law School
  • Kalevi Holsti, University of British Columbia
  • Steven Wheatley
  • Aziz Sheikhani, University of Tampere
Abstract
In this inaugural issue of The Calhoun Review we examine the topic of secession, particularly as it applies to contemporary political discussions in the US and internationally. In the standard narrative of US history, particularly as told over the last 30-40 years, Calhoun was the godfather of secession which lead to a war and was proven a flawed and illegitimate concept. 


Publication Date
Winter February 29, 2016
DOI
10.13140/RG.2.1.1712.1041
Citation Information
Barry Clark, Rivka Weill, Christine Bell, Igor Calzada, et al.. "The Calhoun Review, Issue 1, Volume I, 2016 – Secession and Devolution in Contemporary Geopolitical Theory" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/barry-clark/8/
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