nation-state


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na·tion-state

(nā′shən-stāt′)
n.
A political unit consisting of an autonomous state inhabited predominantly by a people sharing a common culture, history, and language.

nation-state

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an independent state inhabited by all the people of one nation and one nation only

na′tion-state`



n.
a sovereign state inhabited by a fairly homogeneous group of people who share a feeling of common nationality.
[1915–20]
Translations

nation-state

[ˈneɪʃənˈsteɪt] Nestado-nación m

nation-state

[ˈneɪʃənsteɪt] nstato-nazione m
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The Rise of the Nation-State in Europe: Absolutism, Enlightenment and Revolution, 1603-1815
Schwartzwald charts the maturation of the nation-state from its infancy as a virtual dynamic possession through its modern incarnation as the embodiment of the sovereign will.
In these two simple yet profound sentences, the Quaid shared the blueprint for what we have failed to realize - the benefit of a nation-state based on meritocracy.
With less globalisation, democratic decision-making within the nation-state would be less constrained by external forces - particularly financial markets - meaning that its scope would be wider.
With less globalization, democratic decision-making within the nation-state would be less constrained by external forces - particularly financial markets - meaning that its scope would be wider.
Summary: In his famous "political trilemma of the world economy," Harvard economist Dani Rodrik boldly claims that global economic integration, the nation-state and democracy cannot coexist.
In his famous "political trilemma of the world economy", Harvard economist Dani Rodrik boldly claims that global economic integration, the nation-state, and democracy cannot coexist.
The bill, "Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People," was introduced by Likud MK Avi Dichter, who is the head of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.
The Philippine Revolution of 1896 had a clear target: the power and absolute control of the Filipino nation-state.
However, most contemporary academic disciplines as well as public institutions adopt a particular sedentist perspective on the nation-state.
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The Egyptian Press Syndicate held a conference for former Sudanese prime minister Al-Sadeq Al-Mahdi to discuss his recent book " The Arab nation, its situation and fate", an analysis of the current situation of the Arab nation-state in its geopolitical context.

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