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The Struggle Between Small and Large Nations

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Smaller nations claim they have sovereignty but do they really?    Real independence is the right to say NO.    However, when smaller nations say no and the issue is serious enough, they get military action.

Now, I have been on some forums and one argument brought up was that in a pack of lions the biggest always run things, but is that real justification?

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At the end of the day, the truth is that nations too small to defend themselves from their neighbors are simply vulnerable to attack.  Over the years, humanity has seen stability via international law and larger nations defending those that cannot defend themselves, but these are not certain outcomes and sadly location is a major factor.  European nations have the ability to join NATO or the EU, Latin American nations fall under the protection of the US, but many nations in places like Africa and Asia often get support only when it is convenient.  We have seen different types of leagues of nations rise and fall in some of these areas, but most lack the central power to add in the punches when they need it.  

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