Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for ultranationalism

fanatical patriotism

References in periodicals archive ?
In the immediate postwar years, the dominant domestic discourse characterized Japan's culture as fundamentally negative and largely responsible for pre-1945 ultranationalism.
The President urged the patriots not to be carried away, since this can lead to ultranationalism.
He is the author of the book "Japan's Holy War: The Ideology of Radical Shinto Ultranationalism," published by Duke University Press (2009).
Is this tough talk the same kind of ultranationalism that led Japan into war with China in the 1930s and then the West?
A newspaper owned by the People's Daily and thus by the Chinese government, it has carved a niche for itself as the voice of ultranationalism.
In both Germany and Japan, the cult of ultranationalism and racism was suppressed, and the success of American political, cultural, and educational reforms is underlined by the fact they did not reemerge once the countries became independent and sovereign.
Japan's militarism, ultranationalism, and military ambitions dated back several decades prior to World War II, as did the often mutual antagonism between the island empire and the United States.
Ehud Sprinzak, "Fundamentalism, Ultranationalism and Political Culture: The Case of the Israeli Radical Right," In Political Culture and Democracy in Developing Countries, ed.
The previous presidential elections ended with a clear message, of rejection of the ultranationalism represented by Volen Siderov; that vote, in 2006, was hardly a national endorsement of Georgi Purvanov, even though it gained him a second and final term in office.
Ultranationalism in German-Japanese relations, 1930-1945; from Wenneker to Sasakawa.
He also drew attention to aggravation of sectarianism and ultranationalism
During that time, Europe found itself caught in a philosophical whirlwind, with popular thinking becoming radicalized to justify communism on the extreme left to ultranationalism on the extreme right.
I think the Serbian government has been moving in a very good direction, or at least trying to, but there are very serious issues still left about ultranationalism and the rule of law.
The symbols of the Olympics--the five rings, the torch relay, the flame, the oath, the hymn, and the anthems--which were introduced in the inter-war period, reflect the ultranationalism of the time, and have political overtones.
The major political group that represented Turkish ultranationalism is the Nationalist Action Party (Milliyetci Hareket Partisi, MHP), whose history dates back to the mid-1960s.