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However, the implications of this ‘new politics’ are profound. World cultures or cultural identities, seen as 'historic', 'rooted', 'authentic', or 'traditional', became the most important and valuable entities for the ENR. Richard Coke. are the subject of this essay. Sustainable development can be attained only when waste and pollution are reduced, and we have found that the military is the most practicable place in which such reductions can be made.
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He says that the Rector rejected him from the painting school because his main talent and interest was in architecture -- a judgement with which Hitler emphatically agreed! Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East world. it was Nasser's concern for Egyptian independence which led him "to define the identity of Egypt in the environment in which it lived.ciaonet.70 In a speech before a group of Army officers in March 1955.e.org/book/jankowski/jank08."74 Egypt's Ambassador to Syria Mahmud Riyad has explained Nasser's regional thinking in much the same terms.
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Ruud Koopmans

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Rule is the exercise of might in the political body. There has been a long history of anarchist involvement with left-nationalism all over the world. Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East In comparison. The Nazi ideology was probably the most comprehensively racial ideology in history, and race influenced all aspects of policy in Nazi Germany. There being no hope of converting our ancient national tongue into the living and daily spoken language in the Diaspora, we would be committing a trans- gression against our national soul if we did not make use in our war against assimilation of the great counterforce stored up in the lan- guage of the people.
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Radical nationalist and anti-foreign groups in Germany, for example the Republikanerparty, have attracted significant support since reunification in 1990, usually based upon hostilitytowards increased immigration from the former communist East. The ancient East (India) and Far East had social organisations of this sort, which ancient Greece and ancient Rome somewhat resembled, and which resurfaced in the political doctrines of Plato and Aristotle, and finally experienced a social revival in the Catholic-feudal Middle Ages.
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However, if government violates the rights of its citizens, they inturn have the right of rebellion. The ‘core’ political ideologies, the ones out of which later ideologies emerged ordeveloped in opposition to – liberalism, conservatism and socialism – reflected contrastingresponses to the process of modernization. 19. Broad and expansive liberties are not part of this picture. The Fragmentation of Yugoslavia: Nationalism and War in the Balkans. 2nd ed.
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Anarchists dismiss the idea of limited,constitutional or representative government. This is called irredentism, from the Italian movement Italia irredenta. economic nationalism, which is the promotion of the national interest in economic policy, especially through protectionism and in opposition to free trade policies. This aspect has been very well documented by Andr�-J. Leonard Binder. "Arab Nationalism: Mistaken Identity.
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A. M. Pooley

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The big difference between Marxism and anarchism is really the organisational principles of both, anarchists believe in self-organisation without individual hierarchy, and I’d say Marxists believe that individual hierarchy is a less important question in the here and now than structural oppressions, and of course exploitation, and what the most efficient revolutionary strategy against these is, but there is significant overlap, especially in for example Communalism, which is somewhere in between both- believing in non-hierarchy but also leadership.
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Glenn J. Dorn

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Another school was inaugurated in northeast Aleppo in late 2013. Pourquoi ces provinces coloniales, qui rassemblaient généralement de fortes populations opprimées et non hispanophones, ont-elles données naissance à des créoles qui redéfinirent sciemment ces populations comme autant de ressortissants d'une même nation? [31] » L'historien répond lui-même à sa question : cela vient des découpages administratifs (géographiques, ethniques, linguistiques, économiques, etc.), créés et entretenus par la métropole, et volontairement distincts d'elle, qui ont eu comme effet sur les futurs nationalistes de leur créer très tôt des horizons géographique, culturel, politique naturels car intimement vécus comme tels [32].
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Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East: Introduction Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East. And Hitler's nationalism did have the very great appeal of being at least apparently heartfelt. Law Established and public rules of social conduct, backed up by the machinery of the state: thepolice, courts and prisons. Let us pass then, to the second element of love of coun- try, the civic consciousness, that is, the feeling of unity among all the members of the body politic.
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Norman De Mattos Bentwich

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The peoples." anchored in culture and in politics. it is important to note that the speakers are engaging in a half-improvised exercise in popularization.. The use of these terms in this context is not intended to imply that nations are fictional or fantastic.) Modernisation theorists see such things as the printing press and capitalism as necessary conditions for nationalism. However, the communitarianism that influencesthird-way thinking is associated with a critique of liberal individualism.
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