"China thought they were going to get a successor to the Obama Administration in Hillary..." Sovereignty in the 21st Century: 2 of 2: and the Crisis for Identity, Cultures, Nation-States, and Civilizations by Gregory R. Copley

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"China thought they were going to get a successor to the Obama Administration in Hillary..."   Sovereignty in the 21st Century: 2 of 2: and the Crisis for Identity, Cultures, Nation-States, and Civilizations by Gregory R. Copley

https://www.amazon.com/Sovereignty-Identity-Cultures-Nation-States-Civilizations/dp/1892998254

Sovereignty in the 21st Century describes a world already at war with itself. It is a world in which urban globalists fear and despise regional nationalists, and vice-versa. It is a time when the concept of the nation-state sovereignty incarnate has slipped from the minds of many. The populations of the mega-cities have as they have in different ways in the past assumed that they alone represented the state . The response to this has been a voter revolt in many areas of the world and the sudden re-appearance of the schisms between cities and regions. Nationalism has become, for many in the cities, a pejorative term, but an expression of hope for revival of many in the regions. But what do we know of the issues which are really at stake in this changing century? Can we adequately describe the meaning of sovereignty of individuals as well as states or the fundamental differences between republics and constitutional monarchies; between empires and suzerainties? Yet all these issues will determine whether we will live in calm and prosperity, or chaos and fear. This may be the most remarkable book yet by Gregory Copley.