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Quasi-states, dual regimes, and neoclassical theory: He describes these countries as "quasi-states," arguing that they exist more robert jackson quasi states the support and indulgence of the international community than by the abilities and efforts of their own governments and peoples.
Within this structure, he examines how negative sovereignty arose, and its mechanisms and consequences for both international politics and the domestic conditions of quasi-states.
Quasi-States: Sovereignty, International Relations and the Third World by Robert H. Jackson
Implying a positive answer, R. Vincent compares international society to an egg-carton.
Egg-cartons are necessary because eggshells are fragile and their contents are valuable. The container reduces the chances of cracking the eggs and decreasing or destroying their valuable contents. By analogy international society the egg carton serves an important value beyond those of order - the fundamental value of international society - and the robert jackson quasi states of member states the eggs - the value next in importance.
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It also serves the good life within member states. What if the contents of some of the eggs in the carton are rotten?
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Egg-cartons obviously would be pointless for rotten eggs. All that one can do with rotten eggs is throw them away and replace them with fresh eggs.
Vincent's analogy carries solidarist implications that "failed states" should lose their 21 R. What Ought to be Done about the Condition of States?
An autonomous state is one in which the citizens experience the well-being of the state as fundamental to their own well-being. According to Frost, the adverse conditions of the citizens of "failed states" must be a matter of international concern to the governments and citizens of "successful states: If "failed states" are simply tolerated by "successful states" - robert jackson quasi states.
Open University Press,pp. Also see by the same author Ethics in International Relations: A Constitutive Theory Cambridge: Frost's normative analysis invites the answer: Just as social workers attempt to educate inadequate parents to the responsibilities of parenthood States and citizens ought to be educated about the ways in which freedom is constituted in the relations between sovereign states A self-respecting free state is one that is recognized as such by other robert jackson quasi states.