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Sovereignty is usually linked to the field of political science rather than development.
This has been hindering the enhancement of these states' sovereignty.
But the doctrinal basis of the equal sovereignty principle is far less compelling than these statements suggest.
Courts thus constructed historical narratives about the states' equal sovereignty to ward off these challenges and adhere to then-prevalent understandings about the scope of Congress's delegated powers.
This Article, however, argues that state sovereignty should be seen as a basic theoretical justification for the constitutional restrictions on personal jurisdiction.
Putting sovereignty into focus could help to resolve some of the most intractable issues in personal jurisdiction.
This Article seeks to articulate the constitutional argument--conspicuously missing from the ipse dixit of Shelby County--in favor of the equal sovereignty principle, and to begin to develop a framework for its operation.
Much (perhaps too much) is made of the structural (often class-based) problems undermining Caribbean sovereignty, development, and democracy, but there is little on what could be done to improve matters--only Meeks and to a lesser extent Thomas attempt to provide a positive agenda for change.
Even more alarming is the refusal of the appeasing and unpatriotic National government to nip it in the bud by a declaration exposing this lie and upholding the sovereignty of our 175 year old nation.
Sovereignty building creates, reinforces, and expands the constitutive parts of sovereignty, which have previously been sidelined in state building.
The West Papuans described in these two accomplished accounts neither reject state sovereignty (indeed many of them risk torture and death to achieve their own vision of it) but neither do they want any kind of sovereignty at any cost.
Sovereignty comprises a range of attributes that include a territory, population, effective domestic hierarchy of control, de jure constitutional independence, de facto absence of external authority, international recognition and the ability to regulate trans-border flows.