Chapter 4, Section 3. Political Geography. Political Geography 4.3. State - an independent unit that occupies a specific territory and has full control of its internal and external affairs This control is known as sovereignty Sometimes we call a state a country
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orange – parliamentary republicsgreen - presidential republics, executive presidency linked to a parliament yellow - presidential republics, semi-presidential systemblue - presidential republics, full presidential systemred – parliamentary constitutional monarchies in which the monarch does not personally exercise power magenta – constitutional monarchies in which the monarch personally exercises power, often (but not always) alongside a weak parliament purple – absolute monarchiesbrown - republics where the dominant role of a single party is codified in the constitution beige - states where constitutional provisions for government have been suspended olive – military dictatorshipsgrey - countries which do not fit any of the above systems