Articles for tag: Foreign Policy, International Relations, Political Science, Sovereignty



Sovereignty Introduction The inception of sovereignty coincides with the rise of nation-states in Europe, a transformative period marked by the consolidation of centralized power under monarchs. This epoch witnessed the zenith of state authority, as monarchs asserted their dominion over disparate territories, laying the groundwork for the modern concept of sovereignty. However, sovereignty’s roots delve ...

Theory of State

State Theory: From its Origins to Modern Ideological Debates and The Idea of Sovereignty in Globalized World

State theory is a political theory that emphasizes the importance of the state as the primary actor in shaping and controlling societal and economic processes, often associated with statist policies and intervention. It asserts that the state plays a central role in regulating and influencing various aspects of a society’s functioning. Introduction The concept of ...

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