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Nationalism

Parent Category: Political Theory
Nationalism is a political ideology that believes in loyalty to one's nation, usually based on ethnic connections, historical ties, or loyalty to shared institutions. Nationalism was the philosophy behind the creation of the Nation-State in the 1800s, resulting in the unification of Germany and Italy and the disintegration of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires along ethnic lines. Nationalism was always opposed by cosmopolitanism and in today's global economy, the dialogue between advocates of either tends to be tense.
No. France is very much a state. It has a government, citizens, and territory.
National unity: political stability, economic stability, cultural improvements. International Regocnition: hegemony, either more or less influence in global polictics.
For liberation war it was Mao Tse Tung (after his great Long March)
Nationalism was unifying when Italy was trying to lose foreign control from Austria and Spain.
Herzl, assigned to the Dreyfus trial in Paris by an Austriannewspaper, saw that anti-Antisemitism could not be eliminated inEurope. He sought another land for the Jewish People - Zion(Israel). He became a Zionist because he also realized that Israel,which has been the homeland of the Jewish people...
The symbol is the cross of St George flag or the white dragon of the early Engish
"the spirit of nationalism is what drived the Americans during the American revolution to satnd and fight. it inspired the founding fathers to right the decleration and to form a constitution." - Frankie russo
Nationalism is an extreme pride or devotion that people feel for their country or culture. In World War 1, the spirit of nationalism led to the formation of new nations, such as Germany and Italy during the 1870s. It also led to the competition for more power.
Was nationalism a stronger motivating force for the vietcong and why?
because people became pigs there hahahahaha
nationalism lead to militarism by industrializtion ... industialization is like the begging of the tree .. then nationalism and militarism are branches ... :) ..... from a student of A AWESOME SMART HIGH SCHOOL ..... hope that's your answer to you question
well that is a really hard question but i'm sure that someone will now cause i really don't now the answer sorry.
China's nationalists wanted to make life for every Chinese person decent and enjoyable. They also wanted political and economic rights for all Chinese people and an end to the foreign control of China.
People wanted to be on they're own such as Serbia wanting to be its own nation from Austria-Hungary
Irish nationalism is only within the province of Ulster in Northern Ireland (part of the UK). A minority of the population want to leave the UK and become part of the Republic of Ireland.
The Holocaust. This made many more non-Jews sympathetic to Zionism as well as convincing the more religious Jews of the necessity of the Jewish State.
they fled to the island of Taiwan, where they established the Republic of China.
On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, was killed by two bullet shots in a Sarajevo street. Highborn and wealthy, Ferdinand had a distinguished military career and an energetic personality. His assassin, Gavrilo Princip, belonged to a group of...
maybe if you read book Kenny weaver you would get the answer
Gandhi was the leader of the movement for Indian independence. You're doing Eastern Hemisphere Explorer, right? :) Yes, yes I am. XD
No. Nationalism can occur peacefully, but by and large nationalismrequires the realignment of borders and the establishment of newgovernments, such actions almost always lead to violence.
pros: ^the nationalistic st oped their power being realistic with the Nazis and the others cons ^they didn't earn more money as last time in that candy shop
Nationalism is helpful to a nation in that it can promote the people's love and pride in their county. In the nationalism that existed world wide before WWI many artists and musicians created art in the name of their countries.
After unification, Germany was the strongest military power on the continent. Germany's position geographically was between large military powers. Otto von Bismarck had to be as sure as possible that no one would attack Germany, at least no coalition.. First, in 1879, Bismarck made a secret alliance...
Nationalism, (aspiration for national independance) brought awareness to the people, which lead to revolution
Answer . Just an idea.... To raise the moral of the new countrys populations, Each state may have been asked to come up with a slogan that supported nationalism to show other foreign powers a unity among our individual stathoods? maybe.
Chiang Kai-shek
The problem with this question is in defining what is meant be the word prophecy, which can have so many nuanced meanings. Nationalism is apparent throughout the Bible, much of it to do with justifying a claim to the Promised Land, mainly on religious grounds. To understand the history of...
Yes; he truly believed in man`s love of country and worked his whole life to spread the concept of nationalism by founding newspapers and secret societies. His ultimate goal was to reach his goal of unifying Italy; he founded `Young Italy`and even founded `Young Europe`; he also longed for the...
Nationalism seeks to increase the power of a specific state whereasinternationalism seeks to relegate power to a group of othernations. Internationalism is generally more centralized.
Flying national flags, singing anthems, fierce support of international sports teams as well as the military of your country and other such things. Nationalism is sometimes likened to racism in some countries, usually this is an over exaggeration although some, although certainly not the majority,...
The two pharses are very similar... however there are small differences. Patriotism is love and devotion to ones country, whereas nationalism is devotion to the intrests or culture of ones nation.
i have no clue just wanted to do this
Kamikaze are the Japanese that gave their life's by crashing their planes into the Navy War Vessels.
Yes it was.. Well yes Nationalism was part of what caused WW1 but not the big reason. The bigger reason was the formation of pacts and alliances. These alliances said that if one country were to go to war with another, all countries in that alliance would fight with them. This idea was a big mistake...
It was not essential, it was not desireable and it was potentially dangerous.
Marcus Garvey spoke out for negro nationalism. The FBI feared that Garvey would bring an uprising within the negro community with his UNIA or Universal Negro Improvement Association.
Hitlers absolute love of Germany, and complete belief in that came across to the people. They began to believe that Germany deserved to be where it used ot eb in the world and not as the loser of WW!. This incited pride and belif that there own country was right. He also relied heavily on the treaty...
to destroy the local war lords who controlled china
Simply for clarity, the Second Reich was the German Empire from1871-1919 (not Hitler's Third Reich from 1933-1945). The support of the Zionists for the cause of the Central Powerswould mean a great deal as a war measure. Quite naturally Jewishsympathies were to a great extent anti-Russian, and...
All sides made it seem as if you were not a true proud citizen if you were not some how supporting the war effort. Often propaganda would include quotes that called out draft dodgers or depict scenes of young soldiers in heroic battles making others want to join them
Arab Nationalism rose to prominence with the weakening and defeat of the (non-Arab) Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century and declined after the defeat of the Arab armies in the Six Day War.
One example is the mural paintings made by Jose Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera, which depict social scenes from the history of Mexico. At the related links section you can find some examples of such kind of cultural nationalism.
Serbian nationalism triggered the war! BEcause Serbian nationalists believed in Pan - Slavism, they antagonized Austria - Hungary for taking Bosnia, a slavic country. Soon later, Gavrilo Princip, Serbian nationalist, killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand while triggering the war! Serbian nationalism...
How have nationalism and economic development affected women in the Other World?
we hang the flag, national anthem, pledge, red white blue, celebrate 4th and presidents day
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A Jewish country in Israel.
During WW II the Communists and the Nationalists focused on defeating the Japanese invaders, but as soon as WW II was over, they engaged each other in the struggle to determine who would rule China.
Well, that's a tricky question. The legitimate gobernment and its defenders are called the "Republicans" and the rebels are called the "Nationals" ("Bando republicano", which then turned to be the losers and "Bando nacional", which won the war). While the formers defend the current government of...
Afrikaner nationalism could be described as a kind of civil religion that combined the history of the Afrikaners, their language and the Afrikaner Calvinism as key symbols.Their ideology was the secret Broederbond organization and the National Party.
Irish Nationalists were angry at England because the Englishinvaded their country, confiscated their land and planted it withEnglish and Scottish settlers, prohibited Catholics from owningland or participating in their own government or commerce, outlawedthe Irish language, and did their best to...
Nationalism alone did not start WWl. Other factors that caused WWl were militarism, alliances, imperialism and of course nationalism. Nationalism was a major role because it threatened the stability between nations such as Austria-Hungary. Nationalism was also the cause for why people did not like...
Well, some dates and a broader context would be helpful, but assuming you mean 19-20th century Europe, it was a huge factor in the great political upheavals of that time. While there are many examples, some of the bigger ones are the Balkan independence wars c 1830-1850, and the better known Balkan...
it can be used to invoke good things such as pride and unity, however historically it has often been manipulated to exclude people who are perceived as outside of the given nationality which can lead to Xenophobia and racial hatred which are evil.
Yes. He was Jewish Scientist who supported the Jewish Right to Self-Determination.
When I went to Denmark and saw a polar bear eating an American grizzly bear that just went swimming with Jaws, that just went to pre- school teaching how an m-16 shoots and then all of a sudden Roman Pearse and Brian O'Connor shot down Sentenial PRime that just ate 100 pillars. Until the point that...
Jiang Jieshi (Chaing Kai-Shek) escaped to the island of Taiwan withsome of his remaining forces and established the Republic of China.Chiang died in 1975, and the authoritarian rule of the islandgradually became more democratic.
president was against his country causing many of them to sacrifice.
Both! in my global studies class its been proven that Nationalism is both a Unifying Force or one that creates disunity amongst people and/or nations.
three worrds"football to army"
There were several. The Boxers- or society of Righeous Harmonious Fists- a cartoon of clenched fists was the insignia- brought about the Boxer Rebellion. l900 and l90l. Much later the Kuo Min Tang of Chiang Kai-Shek. One cannot literally translate Kuo Min Tang- but it was NOT Communist and has...
Expatriot, traitor...
nationalism led to the world war because of franz ferdinands assassination.
independence day
Answer 1 There is no difference. Zionism, which is the Jewish desire for a homeland in Israel, is a core aspect of Judaism. Answer 2 They are fundamentally different concepts. Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the...
Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the Establishment of the State of Israel. It is not a physical thing to be "used". Most Jews are Zionists, but the majority of Zionists are non-Jews, mostly Christians, but there are some...
Taiwan, this is the last remaining part of the faction called "Nationalist China" or "The Republic of China" which once controlled or contestedt most of mainland China before and during WW2. It opposed "Communist China" during the Chinese Civil War (which started before WW2 had a half time break...
break from ireland
Nationalism is generally defined as patriotic feelings of devotionto one's own country. This can impact foreign policy by leading itto favor the best or selfish interests of the country creating it.
This question is likely referring to UN General Assembly Resolution 3379 which condemned Zionism as a form of Racism. In December of 1991 it was reversed by UNGA Resolution 4686. The Resolution 3379 Text is below: . The General Assembly, \n. Recalling its resolution 1904 (XVIII) of 20 November...
Americans felt great pride as they continued to develop theircountry.
Sun Yixian's group was called the koumintang ,or Nathionalist Party.In 1912, he led a revolt that overthrow the Qing Dynasty. A republic was established, and he was made the president.