In 1902, Joseph Chamberlain, then Britain’s Secretary of State for the Colonies, famously proclaimed: “The days are for great empires, and not for little states”. If anything, those words were ridiculed by the next century of human history. Not only did great empires fail and disintegrate, but also the number of independent states, small and large, has more than doubled ever since.
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