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Nationalist

One who promotes the interests of one's own country or ethnic group over others. For example, nationalism may advocate secession of a region to form a new country in which one's own ethnic group predominates. What qualifies as a "nation" in nationalist terms is a matter of some disagreement.
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On the other hand, the Chinese public reacts more nationalistically to what is being perceived as China bashing by foreign media.
Though stationed both historically and nationalistically in "a city known for its cries of freedom," this revolutionary poem is primal and counter-cultural in its efforts to transgress and transcend heteronormative boundaries:
Religiously and nationalistically coded attitudes towards acceptance of death, stemming from long periods of collective suffering, humiliation and powerlessness enable political organisations to offer suicide bombings as an outlet for their peopleAEs feelings of desperation, deprivation, hostility and injustice.
While the magazine never purported to be nationalistically minded, it inadvertently and frequently appeared as just that, most especially in discussions on the hypocrisies of race politics outside of American borders.
Those nationalistically inclined populations proved too formidable to conquer.
Although it would be reductive to assume that all Israeli productions of this play showcased vindictive and nationalistically militant Shylocks (just as it would to assume that sympathetic Shylocks never appear on the Arab stage), in Charles Marowitz's Variations on The Merchant of Venice (London, 1977), Barry Kyle's 1980 production, and Omri Nitzan's 1994 version (both performed in Hebrew in Tel Aviv adapting Avraham Oz's 1972 translation), Shylocks fanatical vengeance was apprehended as a model that Jews might take pride in and emulate in their ongoing struggle to defend their promised land.
That would open a dissenter to charges of undermining our troops, aiding terrorism, perhaps being labeled a "native-born enemy combatant," and all sorts of such nonsense that would amount to career suicide in our nationalistically fevered political environment.
Hopkins' rhythm manifestly is what all prosodies are implicitly: an ontological enterprise (in this case nationalistically inflected).
Contemporary critics and theorists of nationhood have endlessly struggled against the inherent difficulties of thinking nationalistically, and Canadian scholars in particular at times contend with the self-effacing possibility that the very conceit they attempt to analyze and delimit may in fact not exist at all.
McManus's nationalistically inspired The Professor in Erin (1918), where the protagonist is a Professor Schliemann from Berlin.
These nationalistically conditioned foreign policy approaches have been replaced by the prioritization of on-going negotiations, consensus building, reciprocity, participation, inclusiveness, mutuality and joint inter- and trans- national institution building (Peterson & Bomber, 1999; Reid, 2005; Rifkin, 2004).
But, sadly, it is also more united nationalistically, in part because of our attitude toward Iran, which has been exceedingly hostile and which has gelled together a kind of residual national sentiment, particularly in support of the nuclear program.