unlimited sovereignty

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This fantasy vision of an absolute and unlimited sovereignty will certainly lead to one of the most striking destruction of wealth, power and confidence in a Western European country since WWII.
Burke is less against democracy than he is opposed to any political order that valorizes the unlimited sovereignty of the one, the few, or the many.
Lucia's postwar politics manifested a missed opportunity at decolonization of the "radical" variety that is a condition for the exercise of a genuine or unlimited sovereignty. In other words, the Pitons depict the way the island "sells" itself, producing a default landscape that reflects the passiveness of its politics of decolonization.
The cause was not an attempt by the global South to revive outdated notions of unlimited sovereignty; rather, it was a reaction to the perceived overreach of the NATO-led military intervention in Libya in 2011.
By its dam-building programme on the Mekong, China has already shown the extent to which it has no intention of treating that river as other than a natural resource over which it has unlimited sovereignty. Beyond this fact, and, to quote Brahma Chellaney (p.
Given the current level of development of international law, no regime has such unlimited sovereignty to massacre its own people.
(7) The report also focuses on the concept of 'shared sovereignty': the idea that we live in an increasingly interdependent world, and that the nation can no longer enjoy unlimited sovereignty. (8)
Mises has emphasized that "the principle of unlimited sovereignty cannot be maintained in a world where the international division of labor results in a mutual dependence of every nation on all other nations" (Selected Writings of Ludwig von Mises 2000, 3:183).
(72) It was the AU's formal position that "none of our countries, relative to the Union, enjoys unlimited sovereignty and is therefore free to do with its people what it wishes", Mbeki went on.
Heifer discusses the American insistence on unlimited sovereignty after September 11, which has made it reluctant to prosecute terrorism as a violation of international law.
But, for the true disciple, Britain remained the only sure and certain champion of unlimited sovereignty. And because Dicey thought this, then so have generations of British lawyers.
The more contraception was accepted, the more man would believe he had unlimited sovereignty over his body.