Westphalian sovereignty is the concept that all nation-states have sovereignty over their territory,

continuation: Westphalian sovereignty is the concept that all nation-states have sovereignty over their territory, with no role for external agents in domestic structures.

can somebody explain that, i'm just grade 6 and I will report that but I cant understand

i need the explanation immediately

thank you <3
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Oct 31, 2014
I think it basically means that, according to their beliefs, all states should have their own say over the protection and status of themselves, including laws and policies over housing and stuff. Answer my question ("Convincing Parents to Let me Go Horse Riding Again?")? Hope I helped.
HorseLover1234
Answered Nov 01, 2014

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