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Most of history monarchs ruled. One way reinforced by "blessing" by god. Religious leaders crowned these monarchs typically. Sovereignty concept changed radically in the past 300-500 years. (Arthur King of the Britains, French kings ruler of the Franks) -------9 min---------- Shift 1 - Rule over peoples to rule over place (Europe 1600) -> Development of a nation-state Shift away from individuals as holders of sovereignty to the territorial state and the peoples themselves as the ultimate holders of sovereignty Shift 2 - shift from individuals to people holding power The only true is way to prove you had sovereignty is to defend your state. One exception is to have a strong ally. This changed too due to the UN. If you got recognized by the UN you become a country too. In today's world you just need to get a resolution passed from the UN. ------------15 min-------------- UN Permanent Security Council - Board of 5 permanent countries (US, UK, China, Russia, and France) through which every resolution must pass by. Each country has veto power (ex: Taiwan,
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