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  • Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:History & Theory
  • Language:English
  • Pages:358
  • eBook ISBN:9781737567264
  • Paperback ISBN:9798986109619

Founding a Nation

A Guide to the Foundation of an Internationally Recognized Country

by Marc René Deschenaux View author's profile page

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Overview
Founding a Nation is possible, but it is not easy or simple. This guide aims to help readers understand the applicable international laws and principles leading to an authentic international recognition by the authorities, mainly the United Nations. Which elements does one need to create a country? What are the applicable laws? Is it possible to create a new country without a territorial war with an existing one? This book has pertinent answers from a non-bar international financing lawyer who is one of the Masters of High Finance.
Description
Founding a Nation is possible. It does not mean that it is easy nor simple.Despite a rather straightforward process, it is costly, long, complex, accidented and its success is rather uncertain than determined, but it is also the Ultimate Challenge to make a difference in this world and maybe a better place.This guide aims at helping you understand the applicable international laws and principles leading to an authentic international recognition by the authorities, mainly the United Nations.Which elements does one need to create a country? What are the applicable laws? Is it possible to create a new country without a territorial war with an existing one? How much does it cost? How long does it take? Are there still pieces of land or territories not belonging to a country on this planet? How to obtain the official recognition of Nation from the other countries? How to proceed to establish a new country? Does a new country need a different currencyIs it possible to create a country that would be structured differently from a democracy or a monarchy?How about a country that would be structured as an open company, where each citizen would be a voting shareholder from birth to death, able to elect and revoke the mandate of any of the government representatives exactly like a director is in the context of a corporation?You will find in this book all the necessary answers from a non-bar international financing lawyer who is one of the `Masters of High Finance.
About the author
Marc Deschenaux is a Swiss jurist (non-bar lawyer) and a world-renowned expert in high finance. He divides his time between Geneva, New York and Los Angeles. His expertise covers contract law; international corporate and governmental financing and bank syndication; international corporate and non-profit law; global IP; and securitisation. He is internationally considered to be the world expert in initial public offerings, and a reference point in securities, financing and trading law. In his financing practice, he is highly reputed worldwide as an international financier, known for his state-of-the-art structures which have resulted in 179 successful IPOs and 243 private offerings ­– around two-thirds of these in private equity, and one-third in private debt. Marc Deschenaux was registered as a general securities representative (series 7) and general securities principal (series 24) by the North American Securities Dealers Association. He was also a member of the National Investment Banking Association. He has also financed various types of operations, from import/export transactions to real estate investment trusts; and organised several government loans, as well as the first national debt cancellation in history. He has been the treasurer, and a judge-mediator, at the International Court of Mediation and Arbitration (CIMEDA) from 2012 to 2020. He is now an Ambassador of the African Court of Mediation and Arbitration (CAMAR). Marc Deschenaux is a PhD candidate in law at the University of Geneva, where he also has a master's degree in economic law and is certified in transnational law. He achieved certification on the "Leading with Finance" course at Harvard Business School. He is fluent in French, English, Italian, German and Spanish.
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