// The spirit of Nationalism has been embedded in the character of many emerging and developed global powers since the configuration of nation-states. In history, Nationalism is recorded as the pivoting point in uniting governmental and societal pursuits, in furthering the genuine definition of the union between the government and its people. Recently, however, there has been a hesitation in affirming this argument for today’s circumstances and objectives.
There must be two contradicting sides in order to give definition to each individual argument; and there must be a balance of these opposing arguments in order to coexist with one another. In contrast with Nationalism, comes the emergence of Globalism, and through analyzing both philosophies and their complexities we will find the true definition, purpose, and benefits of Nationalism – but in a balance. //