Sovereignty (tagged articles)
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Benjamin Cooper - After joining the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 2004, Estonians felt secure and in charge of their future. However, following the 2007 Bronze Horseman incident in the Estonian capital of Tallinn which included riots incited... Keep Reading »
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Benjamin J. Mackey - The following paper seeks to elucidate the complex processes involved in the Mexican State’s loss of authority and the subsequent acquisition of this authority by armed criminal groups operating in that country. In theoretical terms, this authority is termed... Keep Reading »
Sagnik Guha - In the year 1648, two treaties signed in the cities of Osnabruck and Munster, collectively known as the Treaty of Westphalia, brought into creation a notion of statehood that would go on to shape and influence the formation of nation states across the world for centuries... Keep Reading »
Looking into the Crystal Ball of Kosova: Perceptions, Understandings, and Predictions of the Next Generation
Rachael A. Pulwers - Kosovar university students have strong opinions on the current situation and future of their nation. Their opinions regarding negotiations between the Serbian and Kosovar governments are vital, particularly because soon they will be the ones to inherit the legacy... Keep Reading »
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Hayley E. Tartell - This essay first explores how Romantic poets William Wordsworth and Percy Shelley invoke the medium of language, specifically poetic language, to opine on the relationship between the reader’s sense experience and freedom. Subsequently, this piece delves into... Keep Reading »
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