Political system based on militarism, extreme nationalism, and blind loyalty to the state and its leader. (Hitler)
Canada's identity is definitely based on civic nationalism, one based on the ideal that the nation is an association of people who identify themselves as belonging to the nation, who have equal and shared political rights, and allegiance to similar political procedures.
Two that I am aware of: Ethnic Nationalism: based on common ancestry along with the cultural traditions and language associated with a particular ethnic group as the basis for a nation state. Civic Nationalism: Nationalism based on the shared political values and political history of those who are citizens of a country. (Deemed to be more inclusive as it is based less on personal characteristics)
Hitler's political theories were based on racism, nationalism, and the Darwinian Social Struggle. Hitler's racism was expressed by him being especially anti-Semitic.
Its a system which is based on a liberal democratic tradition.
Political scientists often agree that there are two types of nationalism, namely Democratic (or inclusive) nationalism which emphasises the right of geographic communities to self-government, based on residence rather than ethnic or religious considerations. The other nationalism is exclusive nationalism which can be xenophobic and based on the theory that one ethnic, religious or liguistic group has a right to occupy a geographic area and control it under 'their' laws or customs.
It depends entirely on the country in question. Sometimes it was on account of patriotic fervor in the wake of a war (South-North German Nationalism), sometimes is was based on religious crusades (Greek Nationalism), sometimes it was on account of conventions and political dissertations (Jewish Nationalism), sometimes it was in response to colonial repression and a search for identity (Arab Nationalism), etc.
System was based upon favors to political supporters with no basis on ability.
There are different features of this political system. They include regional parties, caste based parties, single party system, factionalism, and little opposition.
Nationalism is a very tricky thing to describe. It is a sense of unifying loyalty/love for one's country.Cultural Nationalism is one based on a cultural identity, this can have religious and ethnic connotations as well.Lets examine the Hapsburg (Austrian-Hungarian) Empire. It was a nation dominated by a German (Austrian) elite minority, and its subjects included many Slavs (Czechs, Slovaks, Slovens, Croats, some Serbs, Bosniaks, etc). These slavic subject people were united by a strong yearning for a free nation in which their culture (which was quite different from Austrian-German) could flourish within its own boarders.Political nationalism is also tricky, but it seems it would be based upon political identities, such a Communism or Democracy in the Cold War.
Canada has a parliamentary government that is based on a constitutional monarchy.
yah that's based on it because he mention separation of power
A Political System Map Is Pretty Much a Map Of the World that shows all the political systems (Monarchy,Democracy,Dictatorship...) Of All Of the Countries. Often Each Political System will be given a color, and each country will be colored in based on the Political System they use. However, It is difficult to find one of these, and few are updated to modern times.
A political philosophy that stresses nationalism is a right-wing philosophy that is likely to be related to fascism. Nationalism consists in the belief that one's nation is superior to others and has the right to dominate, or exclude, other nations. Nationalist movements are far-right movements that are often racist and xenophobic, believing in preserving the nation for native-born people and excluding immigrants from other ethnic backgrounds.