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The article analyses the theoretical problem of the contemporary global State, regarded as the result of the historical vicissitudes of the modern State. By using critically Carl Schmitt's category of the «total State» and Gramsci's conception of hegemony, the author discusses how the global State institutionalizes itself within the growing divide between the authority of the single State and the world society.