The varying regimes described in the previous chapter, as well as varying levels of socio-economic development, the different periods of time in which states emerged and their varying histories, culture and geo-political location suggest that there might be huge variance in the structure of governments. While differences are evident, remarkably, in most states around the globe — at least superficially — governmental structures are rather similar.
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