January 23, 2022
A country or state is a political association that has dominance over a geographical arya. This includes institutions that have the authority to create laws for the governance of the people of society in a territory. Statehood depends on the recognition of other states whether its sovereignty is internal or external. In sociology, the state is known for these institutions: in Max Weber's definition, the state is the organization that has a monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force in an entity, such as the armed force, civil service or bureaucracy, the judiciary. and policy. The countries of the United States, Australia, Malaysia and Mexico are examples of countries that have used the state as a subnational administrative division. The Philippines and Canada are examples of the use of the province as a subnational division of the country’s constituents.