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Question 1: It could also be said that the nations of the English, Scottish and Welsh are also nations without states as they exists as a larger sovereign state known as the ________.
United KingdomCanadaUnited StatesAustralia

Question 2: A related debate concerns the concepts of ________ and popular sovereignty.
LawDemocracySovereigntyRepublic

Question 3: Other examples of cultural nations without states are the Jews before the creation of the state of ________.
United StatesArmeniaGreeceIsrael

Question 4: Primordialism encountered enormous criticism after ________, and scholars turn their eye on how nations are constructed by the process of nationalism, which is driven by technology and modernization.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 5: International law, for instance, applies to relations between states, and occasionally between states on the one side, and individuals or ________ on the other.
BureaucracyPropertyCorporate lawLegal person

Question 6: Nations and Nationalism. Ithaca: ________.
Rutgers UniversityColumbia UniversityBrown UniversityCornell University

Question 7: He defined the nation then as emanating from ________, prior to the state.
Thomas AquinasNatural lawImmanuel KantGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Question 8:
Nation, Sovereign state and City-state are all:
Philosophical concepts Political geography Nationalism Ethnicity

Question 9: ________ argues nation are imagined communities that are imagined as limited and sovereign.
MarxismBenedict AndersonUnited StatesFrance

Question 10: As an example of how the word natio was employed in classical Latin, consider the following quote from ________'s Philippics Against Mark Antony in 44 BC.
PompeyCiceroJulius CaesarCato the Younger
















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