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In addition to his support for groups like the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization, he has championed resolutions promoting Azeri and Balochi ethnic separatism in Iran.
Li, China s top propaganda official, also urged an education campaign to "underscore the historic fact that Tibet is an inseparable part of China", and which should form "the ideological basis for the fight against separatism and the maintenance of stability".
He also expressed his conviction that Kosovo did in fact set a political precedent after all, and that without it, separatism in Georgia's regions Abkhazia and South Ossetia would have been unlikely.
Four days after the violence ended, the Chinese Politburo labeled the riots a product of the same trio of forces that President Hu originally identified: separatism, extremism, and terrorism.
Munir was an outspoken critic of Indonesia's military and itsE[sz] handling of separatism.
But 61 per cent say they would vote for separatism if David Cameron's Tories win the next general election.
It's a problem about separatism and opposing separatism,'' he added.
Thanks to opportunistic politicians who pander to separatism and ethnic identity over national identity, more and more second- and third-generation immigrants fail to identify primarily with the United States.
Basra--the Failed Gulf State: Separatism and Nationalism in Southern Iraq By Reidar Visser published by LIT ISBN 3 8258 8799 5 price 29.
Many blacks embraced the call by black militants Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael, Rap Brown, the Black Panthers and the Black Muslims for black power, armed confrontation and separatism.
Chapter 4 zeroes in on four attitudes of fundamentalism: suspicion, fear, anger, and separatism.
But the lesson of these places is that, in order to compete effectively, they have to put separatism on such a distant back-burner that it is completely out of sight to the electorate.