And the question here is for what reason? It is through our respect to the Muslim ownership of
The Great Wave
During the period of full-blown liberalism and the weakening of suzerainty there is a massive call of separatism in different countries. Perhaps most of them have a humanitarian crisis which prompted their struggle that they resorted into the most desperate means of achieving it, including extortionism and terrorism. I am not against their causes if their manners are far from disrupting peace and evoking worldwide chaos and armed conflicts which, as is apparent today, spreading into our country.
Residents walk past overturned cars and burning shops in Barkhor Square in front of the 1400-years old Jokhand Temple, a world heritage site, in central Lhasa, Tibet March 14, 2008.
Also, Kosovo had been over-burdened by western imperialism. Is suffered in the hands of the Ottoman,
Yet on February 17 this year, the Parliament of Kosovo declared full independence, a move which is recognized by a few nations at present.
The position in International Politics
The Stimson doctrine of international recognition acknowledges not the existence of “illegal powers,” or those formed by forceful (especially violent) methods. In contrast to this, belligerent states, or those whose desire is to establish their territory as a self-governing nation through hostile means, are somehow equal in rights but not recognized by the international community as sovereign powers. A famous example to this was
In Tibet and Kosovo the drive for independence is pressured by continuing crisis on human rights, state discrimination and suzerainty while in the Moro Homeland it is a relief to say that those did not became the compelling forces to the Bangsa’s separatist tendencies (discrimination, if ever, is minimal and Moro autonomy solved the questions in sovereignty). Although armed conflicts are recurrent the fact is that repeated government correspondence (however frustrated) and avoidance of human rights violations has rendered an effect preventing mass separatism.
Furthermore, despite breaches in negotiations and agreements between the national government and the rebel leadership time and time again, diplomatic relations are generally productive (but still it is not enough to say it is triumphant). Nevertheless, this way national integrity is preserved.