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  1. Empire (from Latin imperium — power) — a powerful power that unites different peoples and territories into a single state with a single political center, playing a significant role in the region or even around the world.

    National state (nation-state) — a constitutional and legal type of state, meaning that the latter is a form of self-determination and organization of a particular nation on a certain sovereign territory and expresses the will of this nation. The provision on the national character of the State is enshrined in the constitutions of some States, as, for example, in article 1 of the Constitution of Romania. Ideally, such a State assumes that all its citizens (or subjects) share a common language, culture, and values, and that they are all part of a single society, with its institutions and problems.

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