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Lessons from the (un)rule of law in Crimea

Ghent University

This chapter conceptualizes Crimea after annexation by Russia as an area of limited statehood, specifically an area of contested statehood, and analyzes the implications of this situation for the international rule of law, as well as for the rule of law under Ukraine's and Russia's domestic legal orders.

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