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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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As similar nationalist assaults on the integrity of the federation were reported from Croatia and Slovenia, belief in the possibility of a "Yugoslav" art came to seem increasingly delusional.
is a Maryland-based charity called the India Development and Relief Fund, which is accused by secular Indian groups of raising millions for Hindu nationalist groups in India alleged to be involved in the harassment and killings of Indian Christians and Muslims.
That's why the globalists preferred the opportunistic-materialistic Red nomenklatura running Central Europe and other regions of the world over genuine anti-Communist nationalists.
A BREAKAWAY party planned by dissidents nationalists have been told they have little chance of success.
While transnationalism has encouraged Kurds to mobilize as an ethnonational group, it has created new dichotomies in the nationalist project.
How many, however, are aware of Operation URSULA, the German Navy's top secret submarine campaign in support of the Nationalist Navy?
In December, Chiang Kai-shek and his Nationalist followers flee to the island of Taiwan.
An epilogue explores how Duke Ellington's longer compositions and comments about music revised the "folk nationalist ideal" put forth by Du Bois and Locke.
Despite discussions between the Apprentice Boys and the nationalist Bogside Residents Group, there had been fears of violence because the march coincided with the Old Firm derby between Rangers and Celtic.
Mr McGimpsey appealed to the mainly nationalist community living in Suffolk to help safeguard their Protestant neighbours.
Ahmida's analysis constitutes a reminder about the need to rediscover that ignored and silent social history of key events and groups beyond the written records of the colonial and nationalist states that remain marked by racist and elitist distortions.
In recent years, Hindu nationalists have been pressing for the right to build a temple on the ruins of the mosque, located in the city of Ayodhya.