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  • importance of sovereignty

    IMPORTANCE OF SOVEREIGNTY Although much criticized‚ the concept of sovereignty is still central to most thinking about international relations and particularly international law. The concept is condemned in context of a nation-state ’s "right" to monopolize certain exercises of power with respect to its territory and citizens but it is still prized by those who maintain certain "realist" views or who otherwise wish to prevent (sometimes with justification) foreign or international powers and authorities

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  • sovereignty of india

    Sovereignty of India Sovereignty is a sensitive issue in India even sixty years after independence. Take the recent fracas over the Indo-US nuclear deal‚ ignited quite ironically by both the Left and the Right at the same time. It has seen the debate Centre not so much on the actual agreement‚ as on the notion of an independent foreign policy. This article isn’t about the nuclear deal. It is about understanding the meaning of sovereignty in the 21st century. A proper understanding of the concept

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  • On Globalization and Sovereignty

    Globalization‚ and its Effect on Sovereignty While some people may argue that the rise of modern technology brings about a global market‚ which subsequently compromises the necessity of sovereign states‚ this is not the case. Indeed‚ the perpetual development of superior technology facilitates international trade and communication. However‚ there is no evidence that the phenomenon called globalization necessarily leads to the dissolution of sovereignty. Globalization may make the state more

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  • Sovereignty of Maldives

    REFERENCE 8 1. Introduction Today Maldives is experiencing the most serious economic crisis of all time and nation’s sovereignty is been challenged in various ways. The biggest challenges to Maldives sovereignty are unemployment‚ dependency on foreign aids including military‚ financial and bailouts or loans. Deficit level has endangered the sovereignty of the nation. Expenditure in the country has exceeded income‚ and as a result‚ the budget deficit is increasing. Fiscal control became

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  • State Sovereignty

    The factors of globalization have a wide impact on the state sovereignty. There are increasing political‚ economic‚ and social forces that degrade the importance and authority of states creating an avenue for a more incorporation. This has put the question of whether or not the factors of globalization did decrease the sovereignty of states. The primary issue being debated is largely concerning the prospect of the state sovereignty. Will the state maintain its key role in the international system

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  • IMPORTANCE OF SOVEREIGNTY

    IMPORTANCE OF SOVEREIGNTY Sovereignty is an important part of a nation state’s government. Without it‚ the rights and liberties of its citizens are not fully protected by national or international standards. Also‚ the power and strength that the nation state holds is very important in the protection of the nation state. 1. Survival of the fittest Sovereignty could provide public goods like standardization of weights and measures‚ standardization of coinage‚ tariff-free trade areas

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  • State Sovereignty

    Stephen D. Krasner‚ from “Sovereignty‚” Foreign Policy (January/February 2001) Kimberly Weir‚ from “The Waning State of Sovereignty‚” An Original Essay Written for This Volume (2002) __________________________________________________________________ State Sovereignty is an issue that has become controversial under globalization‚ and the subject of this review. Sovereignty is defined as the situation where a State is an autonomous and independent entity‚ with the total freedom to make its own

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  • The Decline of Sovereignty

    Decline of Sovereignty and Issues of Intervention Research Question/ Introduction The past decade witnessed many conflicts which focused around the issues of sovereignty. States have invaded other sovereign states for reasons that seem to be dubious by the international community. National separatist movements have intensified and are associated with the rise of the doctrine of self-determination among nations and ethnic groups (versus sovereign states). The decline of the concept of sovereignty‚ the

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  • Sovereignty Relevance

    To what extent is state sovereignty relevant in modern world politics? When in 1648 major European countries at the moment signed the Peace of Westphalia agreeing on respecting the territorial integrity‚ the first legal status of sovereignty and international system was formed. After more than three hundred years the international community declared the formal meaning and principles of sovereignty in one of the most important documents nowadays: the Charter of United Nations. The fundamental rights

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  • Sovereignty and International Law: Westphalian Concept of State Sovereignty

    Sovereignty and International Law MIYOSHI Masahiro Professor Emeritus of International Law Aichi University‚ Japan Abstract Despite occasional claims for a fade-out of the Westphalian concept of State sovereignty‚ the international community does in fact continue to depend on it. The Marxist doctrine once predicted the fate of the concept‚ but developing countries‚ while adopting Marxist teachings in their criticism of the traditional international legal institutions‚ have tended to reinforce

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