8. The rise of the modern state idea, where territory defined society rather than society defining territory, swept through Europe during what century?
9. When not all people within a state identify with the dominant sense of nationality, movements for separation of nation and territory may arise. Give an example from Spain.
10. Yugoslavia was a prime example of what with regards to nations and states. 11. Give examples of stateless-nations.
12. The European state idea spread throughout the world through what? 13. One of the most powerful impacts of colonialism was the construction of global order characterized by great differences in what two types of power 14. The highly uneven distribution of economic and political power that developed from colonialism was due to the concentration of wealth brought to what area? 15. Wallerstein’s views expressed in world systems theory hold that the global integrating force has been what?
16. The emergence of a global capitalistic economy began to develop about what year?
17. What Asian country is an example of a core country which was never a classical colonial power.
18. The boundaries of independent African states were drawn at the Berlin Conference and were essentially drawn how?
19. What are the characteristics of unitary state governments? 20. Nigeria is a state with a federal system of government. This fact is reflected in the adoption of _________ law in the states of the Muslim North. 21. The movement of power from the central government regional governments is referred to as what?
22. What countries has experienced violent devolution?
23. In 1997 Scotland took a major devolutionary step with the establishment of what?
24. In Italy, the Northern League’s desire for independence was based on the economic difference between the northern Po region and the southern Mezzogiorno. These differences are attributed to what process?
25. Distance, remoteness and marginal location enhance the...
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