What makes a state a state? Is it its pomp and tradition? Its surface area? Its population? Its economic independence? Its history? Every location visited on this journey through modern politics certainly looks like a state – there are brash emperors, currencies – that look far better than anything you get in Monopoly – ancient customs, border posts bedecked with...
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