Matteo Nicolini, Francesco Palermo and Enrico Milano (eds.), Law, Territory and Conflict Resolution. Law as a Problem and Law as a Solution (Brill, Nijhoff, Leiden, Boston, 2015), isbn 978-90-04-31128-2 (hardcover) Law, Territory and Conflict Resolution, led by Professors Nicolini, Palermo and Milano, is a solid and dense volume that brings together a number of contribu - tions and reflections on the nature of the relationship between the law and t - er ritorial conflicts. The fundamental question that the volume seeks to answer is whether the law is an instrument for resolving territory-based conflicts, as intended, or whether on the contrary, it may sometimes act as a problem that hinders their resolution. To answer this question, 17 legal experts in constitu - tional law and public international law discuss theories and practices either in general terms or relating to current or recent conflicts. The crisis that resulted from the referendum held in Crimea in 2014 and the subsequent process of secession and integration into the Russian Federation gives a good reason and serves as background for the analysis contained in this book. Other cases men - tioned in the volume, mainly from the European context, complement and justify the
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