Sovereignty : an institutional nexus between Southeast Asia and international society
Sovereignty is commonly regarded as the quintessential principle of pluralism within international society, allowing states to co-exist despite their different domestic political systems. Thus, the institution of sovereignty is central to explanations of non-Western states' membership of an expanding international society that originated among European states with a shared history and culture. A precondition for membership of international society, the institutionalisation of sovereignty...[Show more]
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