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A commonly held position is that the locus of sovereignty is important because it
determines the relationship of the individual to the state and government. In fact,
sovereignty itself states that relationship. That is what sovereignty is about.
Within the state, this fiction operating under sovereignty allows the law to be
applied in all cases. In the absence of sovereign power, it makes the law itself a
fiction between states. International law is not the result of an accommodation ...
Technically, the sovereignty of Security on state Council members has not been
limited but extended over sover- states outside the Security Council. Members
have a legal eignty right to infringe on the sovereignty of other states for those ...
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