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The Resilient State
The resilient state

Stripped of its variable elements, the institution of sovereignty underlies a conception of the state as (a) an organization with far-reaching authority claims but with varying control; (b) situated at the international / national vortex with ‘dual anchorage’ enabling it to exercise power both domestically and ...

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