- State (polity), an organized political community, living under a government
- Sovereign state, a sovereign political entity in public international law
- "State", in some contexts virtually synonymous with "government", e.g., to distinguish state (government) from private schools
- Nation state, a state which coincides with a nation
- Federated state, a political entity forming part of a federal sovereign state such as the USA, Australia, India, and Brazil
- Member state, a member of an international organization
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