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190.408, Spring 2019

Schmidt, Sebastian, Spring 2019
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Edward James Kolla. 2017 .

KOLLA, EDWARD JAMES,

"The advent of the principle of popular sovereignty during the French Revolution inspired an unintended but momentous change in international law. Edward James Kolla explains that between 1789 and 1799, the idea that peoples ought to determine their fates in international…
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2. State sovereignty as social construct Book , Print in English
edited by Thomas J. Biersteker and Cynthia Weber. 1996 .

1. The social construction of state sovereignty / Thomas J. Biersteker and Cynthia Weber -- 2. Contested sovereignty: the social construction of colonial imperialism / David Strang -- 3. Beyond the sovereignty dilemma: quasi-states as social construct / Naeem Inayatullah…
Stuart Elden. 2009 .

Elden, Stuart, 1971-

"Today's global politics demands a new look at the concept of territory. From so-called deterritorialized terrorist organizations such as al-Qaeda to U.S.-led overthrows of existing regimes in the Middle East, the relationship between territory and sovereignty is under siege.…
4. Walled states, waning sovereignty Book , Print in English
Wendy Brown. 2010 .

Brown, Wendy, 1955-

"Why, just two decades after international celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall, are so many nation-states building elaborate walls at or near their borders? Why walls now, given growing global connectedness and given the general imperviousness of late modern powers---from…