This concluding chapter compares four case studies (Brandenburg-Prussia, Argentina, Lebanon, and Congo) and two smaller cases (Poland and Israel). The analysis proceeds along the following lines of inquiry: the level of territorial pressure faced by the state, the process of state building, and the relations between weak states and internal violence in a world of border fixity.
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