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Nationalism. Nationalism: The Good and the Bad. The Best. The Worst. Nationalism: Defined. A group of people with a collective identity with political aspirations. Nation-State Fit. Every country has: State Government Nation. State. Government: Structure. Indian constitution

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nationalism defined
Nationalism: Defined
  • A group of people with a collective identity with political aspirations
nation state fit
Nation-State Fit

Every country has:

  • State
  • Government
  • Nation
government structure
Government: Structure
  • Indian constitution
  • Japanese Constitution
  • Mexican Constitution
  • South African Constitution
answers
Answers
  • From left to right:
  • Top Row: US Pres. Barack Obama, Chinese Pres. Xi Jinping, Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin, Indian PM Narendra Modi.
  • Middle Row: Ugandan Pres. Yoweri Museveni, Japanese PM Kane Shinzo, Brazilian President Dilma Roussef, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, South Korean Presidnet park-Geun-hye
  • Bottom Row: German Chancellor Angela Merkel, South African Preisdent Jacob Zuma, UK PM David Cameron, Saudi King Abdullah, Zimbabwe Pres Robert Mugabe