State. A territory with defined boundaries A population with a common identity-not necessarily national Internal administration, government Diplomatic recognition Sovereignty. International system. Units/agents/actors Structure Interdependence between units/agents
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i.e. distribution of power: if there is concentration of power in one state-unipolar system;
in two states-bipolar
In three states-tripolar
Lords controlled their own territory-private possession