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nation

noun captive nation, commonweal, commonwealth, confederation, county, developed nation, dominion, kingdom, land, nationality, possession, power, province, realm, territory
Associated concepts: comity, free trade, international law
See also: nationality, polity, populace, population, public, state
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These historical milestones when put together consummate a virtual consolidation of South Korea's democracy and nationhood.
The challenge to the existing idea of nationhood began with the end of communism.
I wonder how our sense of nationhood will have developed in that time as well.
In conclusion, Alcohol and Nationhood in Nineteenth-Century Mexico is a very welcome addition to scholarship on alcohol culture and nation-forming processes.
This also shows unity of thought among the then Indian Muslim leadership about nationhood and need for a separate country.
Using a diachronic approach to the study of French nationhood--from the sixteenth-century imperial expansion to the abolition of slavery in the mid-nineteenth century--this volume exposes the historically flexible correlations between nationhood and Frenchness.
We are still a young nation, and we have not yet fully acquired a sense of nationhood.
This new nationhood has many primordial dynamics, such as "ethnicity" and "territory.
Golwalkar, Our Nationhood Defined, Nagpore 1939 - quoted in India's Struggle for Independence.
Forty years ago, the proposition of a disciplinary field organized around research into theatre in Canada seemed like a self-evident attribute of nationhood, despite the wuffling of an older generation of academics who were scandalized at the thought of it.
Having misdiagnosed nationalism as the cause of Europe's sufferings (Hitler was a racialist, not a nationalist; he did not become a German citizen until the year before becoming Germany's chancellor), European leaders undertook the steady attenuation of nationhood.
KOLEADE ODUTOLA, Diaspora and Imagined Nationality: USA-Africa dialogue and cyberframing Nigerian nationhood.