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Some contributors, particularly Outi Korhonen and William Maley, emphasise that historically it has taken a very long time, in many cases centuries, for stable democracies based on the rule of law to emerge. It is unrealistic to expect that small communities, let alone sovereign states, can be established or rebuilt and democracy and the rule of law developed in a few years. 14 Hurried state-building, like fast food, might fulfil short-term needs and wants, but it is not necessarily good for the long-term constitution.

Despite its mature and virtuous image, it is reasonably young and even reasonably post-colonial and, thereby, offers a more interesting lesson than the ‘model pupil’ of the European Union. There is no metanarrative for state-building and Finland certainly does not represent the archetypal progress narrative for state-building. It is evident that the birth of a nation and/or the emergence of a new state evolve from the mysteries of social contracting for which there is no recipe and which, fortunately, is open to infinite heteronomies, differences and innovations.

70 I have discussed Finland, a rather unfamiliar ‘post-conflict state’, as an example. Despite its mature and virtuous image, it is reasonably young and even reasonably post-colonial and, thereby, offers a more interesting lesson than the ‘model pupil’ of the European Union. There is no metanarrative for state-building and Finland certainly does not represent the archetypal progress narrative for state-building. It is evident that the birth of a nation and/or the emergence of a new state evolve from the mysteries of social contracting for which there is no recipe and which, fortunately, is open to infinite heteronomies, differences and innovations.

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