nationalism


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Synonyms for nationalism

Synonyms for nationalism

love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it

the doctrine that your national culture and interests are superior to any other

the aspiration for national independence felt by people under foreign domination

the doctrine that nations should act independently (rather than collectively) to attain their goals

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16 ( ANI ): Union minister Giriraj Singh on Thursday raked up a controversy saying that the idea of nationalism is almost non-existent in Islam.
Through meticulous research, Adeed Dawisha traces Arab nationalism chronologically from its rise to its fall.
It is only by adhering to the true spirit of nationalism can our people be organized and mobilized to effectively defend the 7,641 islands and islets without being totally dependent on foreign support.
One main outlet of early Muslim nationalism in South Asia encouraged the embracement of 'modern education' and the sciences so that an educated and informed Muslim nation could emerge in India to face the challenges of British colonialism and the rise of Hindu nationalism.
Umut Uzer's An Intellectual History of Turkish Nationalism is a welcome contribution to this burgeoning literature, with a scope that covers the emergence of Turkish nationalism from the late Ottoman times until its recent transformation in the 2000s.
Many social scientists have explained the affinities between religion and nationalism at different levels.
It has been observed that Chinese media played an important role in promoting nationalism since the 1990s (Huang and Lee, 2003).
The alleged nationalism we see in Newfoundland and Scotland is directly linked to this common history of being small, peripheral, defiant (though perhaps also defeated) peoples or nations being swallowed up by a more powerful "other.
Understanding the nature of nationalism in the American South remains critical for answering key questions in nineteenth-century US history: Why did secession occur?
It happened-EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule definitely saw the nationalism in Europe.
Nationalism and Power Politics in Japan's Relations with China: A Neoclassical Realist Interpretation.
In analogy to Michael Billig's useful concept of 'banal nationalism' (the nationalism that is so all-pervasive, so ingrained a habit, that it ceases to be noticeable and becomes mere background noise) we might call this 'casual racism'.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- It is a widespread cliche that Turks are divided and engaged in a fight between Kemalists who advocate secularism, Westernization, modernization and nationalism, and Islamists who demand the implementation of Shariah law, oppose Westernization and modernization and defend the unity of the ummah (community of Muslims) against nationalism.
Anthony D'Costa, professor and research director at the Asia Research Centre of the Copenhagen Business School, describes a strategy of economic nationalism in motion - less nation-centered and more cooperative, aiming for far-reaching, transformative policies, with an offensive rather than defensive stance and pragmatism rather than ideology.
Only West Indians: Creole Nationalism in the British West Indies.