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the right and power to command, decide, rule, or judge

the condition of being politically free

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government free from external control

royal authority

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the authority of a state to govern another state

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Eight chapters cover sovereignty and China; the effects of human rights law on international law; sovereignty and transnational investments; sovereignty and regional integration; Hong-Kong's sub-sovereign status; intertwined sovereignties and the EU; and states and agencies in a borderless world.
Felix Hoehn's Reconciling Sovereignties explores an idea that was once too radical to be taken seriously by the legal profession: settling Aboriginal rights claims requires an inquiry into how the Crown acquired sovereignty in what is now Canada and the consequent nature of that sovereignty.
And imagining the world as a patchwork of sovereignties and inviolable states tied together by treaties and custom through which we can navigate with passports and visas lends stability to what might otherwise be (or is) a rather unnerving world of uneven and sometimes uncertain governance.
In their discussion, they modify the traditional definition of sovereignty, "supreme authority within a territory," to highlight the presence of "nested" sovereignties present within a given area.
I discuss the forum on this event a few years later in order to think through the notion of non-hegemonic borders and sovereignties precisely because this issue, to my knowledge, has not been adequately theorised.
From the perspective of Empire, the '80s represent a moment of transition, an opening up of quests, and questions, beyond the static sovereignties of the "essentialist" modern "subject" and the "foundationalist" nation-state.