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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.
(Classicism was nationalistically inflected: In France it could mean Poussin and David as well as antiquity, in Italy Giotto and Piero as well as imperial Rome, in Germany Durer and Cranach as well as ancient Greece.) Though less overt in wall texts and catalogue essays, the second thesis is suggested by the installation, which begins with Bust of a Woman, Arms Raised, 1922, a statuesque painting by Picasso in his classical mood, and concludes with the prologue to Olympia (1936-38), Leni Riefenstahl's spectacular film of the Berlin Olympics, in which, among other sequences that advance a spiritual affinity between ancient Greeks and modern Germans, the Discobolus of Myron (ca.
Warhol" (Servus, pane Vorhol) with its existentially nationalistically focused question "Andy Warhol are you a Rusyn or a Khokhol?;" and Nazar Honchar's "Ode to a Bed or Lullabye to Myself" with its catchy refrain of "do you sleep English?"/"schlaufen sie deutsch?" Neborak himself has recorded his own poetry-rock cassette "NEBOrok" that also appealed to a large audience across the border in Poland.
Religiously and nationalistically coded attitudes toward acceptance of death stemming from long periods of collective suffering, humiliation and powerlessness enable political organizations to give people suicide bombing as an outlet for feelings of desperation, deprivation, hostility and injustice.
Constitutional changes, the fundamental aim of the Kurds, will become almost impossible in such a tense and nationalistically polluted climate.In reality, ongoing tension in many ways supports the nationalist and Kemalist circles, the Turkish military, as well as the PKK.
But nationalistically this theatre had more meaning than the one in Christiana; for, there the language was still Danish.
They take an oath actually or declaration to support the treaty, and although people may suspect that they act nationalistically, they do not; they act in their personal professional capacity to support the treaty.
It hoped for a reign of the most nationalistically chauvinistic trend that was closer to the allied regimes it was used to, in order to be able to export it to the neighboring Soviet Muslim republics.
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.