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Old 20.05.2007, 07:55   #1
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Default Zlobin: Political geography is a changing world

part I: http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20070518/65710233.html

part II: http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20070519/65743987.html
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Some politicians claim that the right of the Karabakh people to self-determination does not run counter to Azerbaijan's right to territorial integrity. Do you accept Karabakh's right to self-determination?

Here we have come to the old dilemma in international law and world politics - between the right of nations to self-determination and the right of a state to territorial integrity
уф как надоели эти байки о дилемах и тому подобнее.
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уф как надоели эти байки о дилемах и тому подобнее.
a dal'she u nego s etim namnogo luchshe viglyadit
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I'm convinced that the right to self-determination certainly overrides the right of a state to territorial integrity. After all, any state is simply a formalized instrument of implementing the rights and interests of its people. There is no doubt that their interests are above those of the state - unless the latter is simply a dictatorship that is suppressing these rights and interests. I believe that the priority of the right of nations to self-determination is universal and unconditional, and stems from world history, which boils down to the development of nations. As for states, their forms, borders, sizes or socio-political, economic and geographic characteristics have always been and will be transient.
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