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He became a full-time tribalist of the sort that has no real place in respectable society.
The first point relates to the nature of home associations, which generally have been understood in African studies as ethno-territorial networks of 'chapters' connecting indigenes at home and in domestic destinations across the nation state, and quite often seen as reactionary, tribalist and elite-promoting in nature.
"If you want to be a tribalist, out of Namibia!" she shouted.
The perception of these masyarakat terasing as 'feudal' or 'tribalist' structures and the belief that these communities were a potential threat to national unity and economic development led to the implementation of projects to improve and develop Papua and enable the province to enter Indonesian society.
Another candidate Roman Omorov said it is regrettable that administrative, criminal resources and tribalist methods are used in elections.
A vision of coexistence and equality is one giant step ahead of the tribalist 'Uebermensch' ideology of Zionism, and can therefore be seen as an inevitable endpoint of this struggle.
of Hyderabad, India) concludes that unless the tribal lands and economies in India's under-developed areas are protected and a mode of development more suitable to its residents' way of life is implemented, tribal oppression and tribalist movements will continue.
ENEMIES SAY: A tribalist who would imperil the survival of the coalition with Plaid and alienate all but hardened Labour supporters.
The bad guys are those tiresomely parochial, "chauvinist," tribalist, Zionist Jews who insist on the independence of their tiny though nonetheless sovereign nation-state and its irksome though undeniable right to self-defense.
Wrong argues that in Kenya, "much of what takes place becomes incomprehensible if you try to strip ethnicity from the equation." She adds that the taunt 'tribalist' is Kenya's favourite political insult but quotes Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai, who noted in her biography that growing up on a white-owned farm, "Kikiyus worked in the fields, Luos laboured around the homestead as domestic servants and the Kipsigis took care of the livestock and milking ...
He suggests that capitalism is not a global system and characterises Africa and other third world countries as tribalist. hile it is true to say that elements of tribalism and feudalism do still exist in Africa and other countries it is also clear that these countries are also dominated by corporate capitalism.
Its hostility to India and its tribalist and ethnic characters have shaped much of its bulky politics and modern history.