1. the sate of being free from the control or power of another 

  • upon leaving home she felt that she had achieved  

    sovereignty for the first time in her life

Synonyms of Sovereignty

The state of being free from the control or power of another 

  • despite pessimistic predictions, self-governance has worked out   

    well for the former colony

Synonyms of self-governance

autonomy,  freedom,  independence,  independency,  liberty,  self-determination,  self-government,  sovereignty  (also sovranty)

Words Related to self-governance

a system of government in which the ruler has unlimited power 

World Birth and Death Rates

Estimated 2011

Birth Rate Death Rate
• 19 births/1,000 population • 8 deaths/1,000 population
• 131.4 million births per year • 55.3 million people die each year
• 360,000 births per day • 151,600 people die each day
• 15,000 births each hour • 6,316 people die each hour
• 250 births each minute • 105 people die each minute
• Four births each second of every day • Nearly two people die each second

Average life expectancy at birth is approximately 67 years. Sources: Population Reference Bureau & The World Factbook (Central Intelligence Agency)    

How many languages are there in the world?

There are roughly 6,500 spoken languages in the world today.


Research: Words of historical, social, and private organizing in Berlin which were for  ResilienzElastizitätWiderstandsfähigkeit

Nach dem Nazismus in West-Berlin


- In West Berlin and East Berlin, 1968   

Protest of 1968 in the world




A comment: I wish that more countries will organize in the direction of the outlawing war as well as against war, f.i.  Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution (日本国憲法第9 Nihonkokukenpō dai kyū-jō), but Japan is one of disputed neutral countries, other e.g. Permanently neutral state/country, USA is one of former neutral countries.


- Ongoing conflicts around the world

- Neutral countries


- Ethnic conflict

Lists of active separatist movements

- List of countries by system of government (Forms of government)



->National Socialism: Ideological social organizing which was established by the ideology of National Socialism in Germany. National Socialism was one of the ideologies in world history between modernity and post-war modernity. 

A comment: Why are there so many nuclear bombs in the world?

A comment of this ongoing research in this part: In this part of artistic research with interviews, I'm attempting for developing the method with the questions as well "how can we appreciate the alteration of the society?".  Furthermore, I'm exploring the following words in German and in English, perhaps I should research them also in Russian and in French which relates to the story-tellings by Berliners.

A comment:

A: We will never know how a life is, therefore we can never control a life (Existenz).