Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of statelet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A handful of 'statelets' are following Montenegro's lead, demanding recognition as nations.

    Paul Riddell Quoted in Ansible 277

  • Senator Biden has too gingerly proposed the formation of a politically mandated three state-like ( "statelets" ala Prof. Davis) Iraq.

    Iraq and the Need for (Allowing) Civil War

  • The other two being phased withdrawal and dividing Iraq into 3 "statelets".

    Iraq and the Need for (Allowing) Civil War

  • "statelets," the Somaliland Republic and Puntland, both have access to the sea, which is one reason Ethiopia generally supports the separatist areas.

    StrategyPage.com

  • Much earlier, the postrevolutionary Civil War had given birth to a number of small statelets on Russian territory.

    The Return

  • I hadn't really appreciated how varied the arrangements were between client kingdoms/statelets and formal provinces.

    World Cup Day 6

  • Much earlier, the postrevolutionary Civil War had given birth to a number of small statelets on Russian territory.

    The Return

  • Much earlier, the postrevolutionary Civil War had given birth to a number of small statelets on Russian territory.

    The Return

  • Much earlier, the postrevolutionary Civil War had given birth to a number of small statelets on Russian territory.

    The Return

  • To the statelets thus created – little Caliphates, little Hindutvas, little Khalistans, and so on – people minded to live in such places would flock from the ends of the earth, entrenching the situation for ever.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

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