Addressing historical, political and theoretical aspects of the techniques and effects of governments-in-exile in contemporary world politics, this book is a study of an major phenomenon in international politics. The contributors examine central issues in political science such as the limits of sovereignty, the question of representation, the role of host states, and international legitimatisation and recognition. The study covers a range of countries in diverse geopolitical regions including Palestine, Iran, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Vietnam, Tibet, Ireland and Armenia. This book should be of interest to advanced students of political science, international affairs, and comparative politics.
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