"Nascent State"

Definition


The Re'ut Institute defines the concept of "Nascent State" (in statu nascendi) as referring to a status under international law of:

  1. A political entity, which aspires for political independence and recognition of its status of statehood;

  2. Whose future political status of statehood has been recognized by the relevant members and organs of the international community, primarily the UN;

although

  1. This status of statehood has not yet been fully realized.

  2. The Re'ut Institute distinguishes between the concepts of Nascent State, "Quasi-State" and "State-in-the-Making".

Tags

Two State Solution, Diaspora Relations, Delegitimization, Partner for Peace, Emergency Management

2006-04-01

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The international community, primarily the United Nations and other relevant parties, has established that this entity will eventually become a full-fledged nation-state

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