iving in society b : relations or conduct in a particular area of experience especially as seen or dealt with from a political point of view (Webster Dictionary 2011)
State sovereignty and its limits (2) States have the ability to have their own Constitution, laws, and statues. The limits of state sovereignty are limited to the Federal government. If a state law clashes with a Federal law, the Federal law will prevail. States can sue the Federal government, like in the case of National Healthcare, and then the Supreme Court will decide the issue.
against) Yes, humanitarian intervention violates sovereignty of states and countries. It depends on what the humanitarian cause consists of. Many organizations across the world believe that the death penalty is wrong. Intervention in this case would violate the United States and the individual states’ sovereignty. The same could be said for Saudi Arabia and their death penalty. America cannot intervene or violate that state’s sovereignty.
No, humanitarian intervention does not violate of states and countries. This would be the case in delivering food, supplies, and other direct need to a people in need despite their state’s wishes. It does not interfere with policy or law, but helps the country with a specific or broad need.
Key issues are ethical set of ideals, principles, doctrines, myths, or symbols of a social movement, institution, class, or large group that explains how society should work and offers solutions for these problems.
It is not justified in intervening in Saudi Arabia due to women’s rights. That is a cultural issue and not up for outsiders to decide. If the women of Saudi Arabia have not revolted then it is not up to outsiders to impose their values on