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  • Nationalism
    There are at least two reasons why nationalism might cause a country to want to industrialize its economy. To see why this is so, let us think first about what nationalism is. Nationalism can be...

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  • Imperialism
    Drawing a direct connection between "nationalism," which is endemic to all nation-states, and imperialism is a questionable proposition. If one defines "nationalism" as strong feelings of loyalty...

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  • Australia
    Australia’s is rather unique history. Founded as a British penal colony in 1788, it remained a part of Great Britain until independence in 1901. The continent on which the modern nation-state of...

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  • Social Sciences
    Supranationalism can be described as a process of multilateral decision and policy creation that transfers decision making authority from individual nation states to multilateral institutions and...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism can be very hard to define. There are a number of ways to look at it and define it. Let us look at two of them. First, nationalism can be seen as the feeling that one is connected to...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism can take a number of forms, varying over time and place. The emergence of modern nationalism in post French Revolution Europe was characterized by an identification with people who...

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  • Nationalism
    It would be generally fairly difficult to call President Obama a nationalist. If anything, he has been criticized roundly for not being sufficiently nationalist. The Republicans have denounced...

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  • Nationalism
    It might be easier to make a list of the world leaders who do not use nationalism to try to advance their agendas. This is a very common thing for leaders to do. Many of the leaders who make...

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  • Nationalism
    The main connection between nationalism and Gaddafi’s attempts to legitimize his rule is that nationalism impeded those attempts. Gaddafi had a hard time legitimizing his rule due to both Libyan...

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  • Nationalism
    The Egyptian crisis of 2010 and 2011 (which continues to some degree today) was only a result of nationalism if we define nationalism broadly. If we look at nationalism simply as pride in one’s...

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  • History
    One example of nationalism in Egypt from 2011 was the violence that erupted in Tahrir Square. Protesters were there to decry the military-backed Egyptian government and to agitate for free...

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  • Nationalism
    World leaders use nationalism both to ensure that they will remain in power to and try to advance the interests of their country. When leaders can tap into nationalism, they are able to make people...

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  • Nationalism
    Two salient factors in the issue of nationalism in world politics are the union of religious issues with issues of politics and the shifting global economic profile resulting from globalization....

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  • Nationalism
    The French Revolution helped to create the idea of nationalism because it promoted the idea that the people owned the state and that the people had an important stake in the state. The French did...

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  • Nationalism
    After the War of 1812, the United States’ economy became more of a national economy. This helped cause some degree of sectional strife. There were at least two issues that are good examples of...

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  • Nationalism
    In the time just after the War of 1812, the United States experienced a rise in nationalism. The people of the country were feeling much better about their country since they had, as they saw it,...

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  • Nationalism
    I think that one can make a case for American nationalism guiding some aspects of national economy in the 20th Century. American nationalism and the belief of its intrinsic greatness helped to...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism in the Spanish colonies helped to lead to their independence because it inspired many people in the colonies to feel that they were being mistreated by the Spanish. The people who led...

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  • Nationalism
    Crisis is often very important in bringing about feelings of nationalism and, in particular, ultranationalism. When crises hit, people often tend to pull back and seek refuge in things that feel...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism in the sense that it is understood today is a relatively new concept. While nationalists in the nineteenth century attempted to find common cultural elements among people that dated far...

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  • Nationalism
    In today’s world, it would be difficult to have such a war. However, it is certainly possible to have wars without nationalism. Today, people identify themselves very strongly with their...

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  • Nationalism
    The concept of a national identity can unite those who fit the national identity and divide those who do from those who do not. The "in group" can be strongly united by their national identity. We...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism can be beneficial because it is very similar to patriotism. Nationalists have pride in their country and/or their group of people. This can be a very good thing because it can lead...

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  • Nationalism
    Nationalism can absolutely be dangerous. In fact, there have been many instances just in the last century that show us how dangerous nationalism can be. Nationalism inspires people to think that...

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  • History
    Nationalism has been defined as follows: "loyalty and devotion to a nation; especially : a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on...

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