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sovereigntist

(ˈsɒvrəntɪst)
(in Canada) n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a supporter of sovereignty association
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) supporting sovereignty association
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Ratifying Kyoto at the Local Level: Sovereigntism, Federalism, and Translocal Organizations of Government Actors (TOGAs), 50 Ariz.
Of course, discussions about the appropriate amount of flexibility in the investment realm are in ways reminiscent of the debate about liberal internationalism and sovereigntism.
Fonte offers up a useful typology of four different visions of the world in decades to come: first, the global governance of the transnational progressives; second, a radical pan-Islamism, seeking to restore a caliphate of some kind; third, the sort of non-democratic authoritarianism of China and Russia; and fourth, the democratic sovereigntism that Fonte associates with the U.
121, 128-51 (2004); Judith Resnik, Joshua Civin & Joseph Frueh, Ratifying Kyoto at the Local Level: Sovereigntism, Federalism, and Translocal Organizations of Government Actors (TOGAs), 50 ARIZ.
1989, 1991 (2004) (analogizing the Supreme Court's approach in striking down statutes on federalism grounds with the Court's approach to transnational lawmaking); Judith Resnik, Law as Affiliation: "Foreign" Law, Democratic Federalism, and the Sovereigntism of the Nation-State, 6 INT'L J.
Guntzel, "'Rapprocher les lieux du pouvoir': The Quebec Labour Movement and Quebec Sovereigntism, 1960-2000" (2000) 46 Labour/Le Travail 369; Jim Laxer, "Quebec in the Canadian Federal State" in Robert M.
4) On the way from one to the other, Foucault briefly accounts for reformed methods of punishment ("Generalized Punishment" [73-103]) that took place in the late eighteenth century; for him, though, the reform of criminal law looks only like incompletion, an empty form of sovereigntism without the content of the disciplinary model's individualized "body" (103).
Guntzel, "Rapprocher les lieux du pouvoir': The Quebec Labour Movement and Quebec Sovereigntism, 1960-2000," Labour/Le Travail, 46 (Fall 2000), 369-95; David Frank, "Short Takes: The Canadian Worker on Film, "Labour/Le Travail, 46 (Fall 2000), 417-37; Cynthia Comacchio, "'The History of Us': Social Science, History and the Relations of Family in Canada," Labour/Le Travail, 46 (Fall 2000), 167-220; McKay, "New Kind," 69-125; and Joan Sangster, "Feminism and the Making of Canadian Working-Class History" Exploring the Past, Present and Future," Labour/Le Travail, 46 (Fall 2000), 127-65.
Le Travail, 46 in which Ralph Guntzel portrayed the massive and rather uncritical support of organized labour in Quebec for sovereigntism since the 1960s.
See also Bulman-Pozen, Afterlife, supra note 5, at 1952-56 (discussing national movements' work through particular states in the debate over marijuana legalization); Judith Resnik et ah, Ratifying Kyoto at the Local Level: Sovereigntism, Federalism, and Translocal Organizations of Government Actors (TOGAs), 50 ARIZ.