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Juridical conceptions of sovereignty are embedded in theories of international relations and of politics. These theoretical frameworks are significant in informing the practice of international law and practical understandings of sovereignty. They may thus be of considerable consequence to non-state groups, who face the dilemmas of accepting or contesting both particular rules and understandings and theoretical frameworks themselves. I will comment on the implications for strategies pursued bydoi:10.1017/s0272503700081192 fatcat:kkhxhth2cndghohosf4mh2aowu