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This article analyses two of the most controversial institutions of public international law: the recognition/ non-recognition of states and the sanction in public international law, arguing why the non-recognition of states represents one of the specific sanctions of the public international law. The purpose of this article is to bring a novelty value to the current stage of research, by analysing a specific sanction of public international law: the non-recognition of the states created bydoaj:6252a44769714eb0a1717b58d2309a7b fatcat:cxngyei3gnd2vlb3meemue6t5i