Did republicanism's valorization of individual land ownership necessarily inhibit class and ethnic nationalist
When it evolved into a radical ethnic nationalist
organization, many non-Puerto Ricans adopted its special attention to Puerto Rican independence.
But instrumentalism does not thereby undermine the legitimacy of ethnic nationalist
movements, since it endows them with the liberal virtue of rational self-interest.
Furthermore, due to its in creasing ethnic nationalist
discourse, it has no presence in the Kurdish-majority towns.
Now, such a formulation lies on the opposite pole to the divisive arguments of religious sectarian ideologues, or those of ethnic nationalists
, and can be seen to have a measure of historical validity.
We can blame ethnic nationalists
for stoking hatred at the behest of the 'enemies of Pakistan' all we want, but the truth is that the nation-building project itself remains deeply flawed.
His death saw the rise of ethnic nationalists
in power personified by the eventual president Slobodan Milosevic who pursued the idea of an exclusive Greater Serbia without minorities.
War soon emerged in BiH after the referendum, and the ethnic nationalists
in the country tried to take control of territories they claimed as their own.
Ironically, in his relentless defense of ethnic nationalists
, V"iatrovych ends up casting average Ukrainians in a bad light.
Afghanistan's secular groups and ethnic nationalists
are all suspicious of Pakistan, so the only path in is through those who see a common, religious ideology.
China's other great fear is that ethnic nationalists
in Tibet or Xinjiang, like democrats in Taiwan, might succeed in governing themselves.
The work of ethnic nationalists
to rediscover histories that have been ignored in the official versions encouraged by the state might fall into this category, providing they do not merely mirror and reproduce the projective errors of the official histories they are arguing against.