Sovereignty: Does it Exist?
Prior to World War I, it has been said that sovereignty was central, irreducible concept, signifying the states virtually absolute right to control its territory and population and repel those who interfere in its internal affairs. In recent years, however, sovereignty has become more problematic with the rise of social economical and cultural rights. Some question whether sovereignty remains a viable concept. In current international law, as in classical international law, a state's sovereignty is not absolute. A state has never been able to do as it wishes; not even within its own bo…
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