“Whoever evokes the concept of sovereignty, which lies at the heart of the doctrine of the State, of public law, of the Constitution and of the UN Charter, is now considered a rude, a troglodyte: pitied and mocked as one who tried to phone in payphones, when not demonized as a fascist” (Carlo Galli).
Who has sovereignty today? The people or the parastate?
How is sovereignty articulated in the 21st century?
How does the concept of sovereignty relate to that of the Universal Human Nation?
Contact: Giovanna Ubaldeschi