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nationalism - Aftermath of world war one Important for four...

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Aftermath of world war one Important for four regions 1. Dissolution of ottoman and modern-state system 2. Spread of a variety of nationalisms 3. Beginning of Israel-palestine 4. Defensive developmentalism of Persia Nationalism Culture of nationalism; nationalism(s); nationalist movement They represent three different ideas. Ottoman is dissolute => the need to re-define political system => different nationalisms were contending Greater Syria; Egyptian; Persian; arab The ground was set after wwi for the emergence of nationalisms Characteristics of nationalism 1. A distinctly modern phenomenon a. Based on five assumptions – all mankind divided into unified society; each has distinct identity b. Distinguished by common characteristics, including common religion, language, history c. Only national sovereignty can ensure the interests of the nation and the citizens d. Enjoys special relationship with territory; territory is the depository and the memory of the nation; could be where the nation was born, culture was
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