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Spain disagrees Kosovo as well; because of the Basque issue; they said where will this end? This is unraveling sovereignty.This tension got higher when 2008 Russia/Georgia war broke out. Georgia, a sovereign state, also had small ethnic minorities (Abkhazia, and Ossetia). Petitioned to be independent. They invited Russia military people to protect them for years and suddenly someone shot a Russian soldier and invaded fully and crushed Georgian military. Russia then recognized them as sovereign states. True biggest sovereignty supporter: China, Russia (use to be), states that just don’t want to be messed with (Sudan, Burma, Iran, north Korea). States with minority ethnic regroups in them Internationalism – pushed back state sovereignty supremacy idea. First by introducing human rights build.
1990, Acceptable for international military involvement in sovereign state to re-embody injustices solely in that state; such as Kosovo, Rwanda, Bosnia, Serbia, Liberia, Sudan.Real game changers on how it’s going to work in the future. Sovereignty is unraveling even further by world wide planetary wars of ideology. Wards on ideas that are across the entire planetary; war on drugs, war on terrorism; above state border state government thing. Fighting terrorism is a global thing. Big game changer; reason why U.S invaded Afghanistan. Will this redefine interventionism? State sovergintists internationalist. State or not a state?Africa, south Africa, Tibet, Tajikistan, Greenland, Somalia, middle east, east Timor, Palau, Kurdistan, Lesotho, Puerto Rico, Vatican city, Kosovo, Serbia, Scotland, Taiwan, Texas. Answers:Africa: Not a stateSouth Africa: a StateTibet: Not a stateTajikistan: Yes it’s a state.
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Right-wing politics, Sovereign state, Left-wing politics, Political spectrum