18) In the tradition of thought that Tuck traces, this power to make fundamental law came to be called sovereignty, and the concept of sovereignly
allowed democracy to be redefined for modern conditions as a polity in which the whole people held sovereign power.
Keller continues to quote: "Christian theology understood history to be linear, sovereignly
controlled by God, moving toward a day of judgment, justice, and the establishment of the peaceable divine kingdom.
Words are the basis upon which states are sovereignly
organized through collections of words, constitutions, that constitute authority over a specific territory, a specific population, and such populations must be so ordered and consistent in their governance as to be recognized as a legitimate state by the international community of states.
By commanding its impotentiality, the sovereign is held as being 'capable of the act in not realizing it, [as] sovereignly
capable of its own im-potentiality [impotenza]' (1998: 45, emphasis in the original).
More recently, with the advent of tribal sovereignly
and self-determination as official U.
Palmer Robertson (1980) highlights this feature when he defines the Abrahmic-Yahweh covenant as "a bond in blood sovereignly
The Syrian government obviously withheld permission, and under resolution 46/182 the agencies were powerless to help until the Security Council finally, in 2014, through resolutions 2165 and 2191, trumped Syrian sovereignly
and gave the green light for cross-border operations.
Research, Bibliography, Background Supplementary Volume to the Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignly
, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa.
Stephen Cornell, Sovereignly
, Policy and Prosperity in Indian Country Today, COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT (FED.
has been defended in terms of a need "for a presumptive monopoly of the last word on public order in any given territory.
Yunis and Musa conceive of translation on the model of a tool to be deployed sovereignly
by Arabs for the sake of ameliorating social and international conditions.
The Kremlin's Eurasian doctrine promises post-Soviet states an escape from the EU's perceived overregulation and meddling--a return to genuine national sovereignly