Date of Award
MA Strategic Communication
Communication and the Arts
State-Seeking Nation, Statehood, Stateless, Unrecognized territory, Sovereignty, Breakaway Region, Nation Rebuilding, Recognition, Independence, UN Reform
This thesis proposes realistic critical success factors of state-seeking nations (breakaway regions) in gaining full statehood. It also includes ramifications to the state-seeking nations with moderate UNSC (P5) reform. This argument proposes that without these critical successful factors, success for a state-seeking nation gaining full statehood is highly unlikely.
Jones, David and Jones, David, "State-Seeking Nations: Critical Success Factors, Including Moderate UN Security Council Reform" (2014). Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs). 1985.