- super- + state (Wiktionary)
“Please note my avoidance of the word superstate that seems to offend so many people.”
“But as Goldstein's book explains, each superstate is so strong it cannot be defeated even when faced with the combined forces of the other two powers.”
“The present situation is being grasped at as a justification for this superstate, which is wholly unnecessary.”
“His critique of the EU 'superstate' is also worth nothing - the interviewer rightly points out that the historic idea of Europa, of a civilisation inheriting the values of Athens, Rome and Jerusalem, implies some sense of unity.”
“At this point, with or without the EU constitution, the UK will be almost completely absorbed into the political European Union, which will be acting as a "superstate" in all but name.”
“This is also where those who so loosely use the term "superstate" go wrong.”
“Should its guiding vision be a "superstate" that counterbalances a hyperpowerful United States, as a dwindling cadre of so-called Euro - fanatics still believe?”
“Actually, "superstate" is a misleading word and, although many Eurosceptics use it, it is not given much currency here.”
“Centralised religious authority was bound to appear as a sort of 'superstate', a political system which trumped the claims of other political organisations.”
“In many ways, therefore, attempting to give the EU the label "superstate", is to compound the error.”
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