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Synonyms for irredentism

the doctrine that irredenta should be controlled by the country to which they are ethnically or historically related

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Jonathan's variant of Buhari's irredentism was reinforced further by his wife's brusque and infelicitous we no dey born pikin trowey thesis.
4.4 Siad Barre's policies: corruption, repression and irredentism
Without the end of such claims irredentism would never end.
The regional instability is principally due to the alliance between Turkey and Iran that form together a significant geopolitical factor with regional expansionist ambitions, further to their common problem of Kurdish irredentism and nation status seeking.
'We firmly support Pakistan's territorial integrity,' Wells said, adding, 'We do not support Baloch insurgents or the use or the threat of irredentism against Pakistan.'
contributed "Afrocentricity and Ideological Irredentism" in the New York Amsterdam News (November 9, 2000, vol.
Through the Afrin operation, Erdogan is able to harness the deep-seated fear of Kurdish irredentism that cuts across party lines.
Erol Rizaov in Nezavisen vesnik commenting of the unfounded fear of Macedonian irredentism are aware the Greeks, NATO, America, and small children.
I would have no objection if they wanted to call themselves North Greece, as long as the national interests are secured and the way is found to overcome provisions in the Skopje constitution that speak of irredentism."
We see the initial emergence of Marinetti's devotion to irredentism, nationalism, and war in the book's first two chapters, covering the years 1909-1920.
According to Al-Hurra newspaper, such worries have led both countries to enhance their efforts to suppress potential Kurdish irredentism within their own borders.
In short, both will discourage independence for fear that irredentism will gain the upper hand in their respective countries.
Shane Strate's book does not just provide new insights into the '1893 crisis', Thailand's irredentism during the Second World War, and the campaign to 'recover' Preah Vihear temple in the late 1950s; it lays out an entirely new framework for understanding a persistent dynamic of Thai history that continues to dog Thai politics to this day.
Algeria has also always feared the rise of Tuareg irredentism, both at home and in the Sahel.
Their topics include border disputes in Southeast Asia and their impact on the regional integration process, claiming Phy Quoc/Koh Tral: irredentism as a recurrent theme of Cambodian domestic politics, the South China Sea conflict: ten thousand stones and a nine-dash line: rethinking maritime space concepts, the logic of strategic response and prospects for joint development in the South China Sea, and whether the spring 2014 incidents in the South China Sea will trigger a more intense and assertive security discourse in China.