Political Theory of Societal Association: Case of the Failed State Of Syria—Part 5 Brexit

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Frederick Betz

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In this fifth paper of a series on failing states, we analyze the impact that the large numbers of Syrian refugees from the Syrian civil war (2010-2019) had on political association in Britain – triggering a major change British policy and possibly threatening national unity.  The theoretical model of political association is composed of three dimensions in the political dichotomies of: (1) ‘kinship or reciprocal-altruism’, (2) ‘centralization or decentralization-of-power’, and (3) ‘idealism or realism;.  This is a cross-disciplinary political theory which can apply to different societies and to different times in a society.

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Betz, F. (2021). Political Theory of Societal Association: Case of the Failed State Of Syria—Part 5 Brexit. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 8(6), 260–287. https://doi.org/10.14738/assrj.86.10373
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