the area in a governing system concerned with areas that affect the entire nation, such as defense, international relations, taxation, and trade
Later that month, a peace deal was signed between the Houthis and the central government.
Last year the Finance Ministry reported that about $220 million was spent on official receptions by the central government.
And Awlaki moved in a remote region that the central government insisted it had no control over.
By keeping the renminbi artificially low, the central government makes Chinese exports cheap in foreign countries.
Earlier talk of doing an end-run around Karzai's central government was mostly talk, but that seems to be changing.
There was a supreme court, but it had no power to hold the balance between the states and the central government.
The solicitude of the central government was not limited to industry.
If the States depend on the central government, they have no vitality and become in time mere administrative departments.
But on this ground the central government has taken their place.
The Wei dynasty did not succeed, however, in closely subordinating the various army commanders to the central government.