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Sovereignty and the globalization and universalization processes of the contemporary world

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One of the most characteristic features of the international environment is changeability, in which relations occur between individual its actors. Over the millennia these transformations occurred in different dimensions and levels, as well as in heterogeneous time intervals. Some of them had evolutionary nature and took place gradually, other whereas were more dynamic, often on the basis of sudden changes or revolution, bringing usually a particular kind of implications. In current international reality, relating to all transformations in the world, in a determined way stands out globalization
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78
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63-68
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  • Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce, Poland
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