Nationalism: The origin and handicap at the same time

The prevailing breezes and social object in nature, each and every one of US demands to live in a joint group coherent and its values, customs and traditions, on the basis of the element of justice and equality, but unfortunately now is the absence of justice and the prevalence of injustice are plentiful in the country, the National and  evolve and grow in allowances and political ideology of this so-called nationalism.

We problem: What Nationalism ? And what its relationship with globalization? What is the The intermixing of races impact on the individual and the economy?

1- Nationalism:

National Scheme as a feeling of passion and linking between the members of the nation, including a group of inter-linkages such as language, religion, history, as it seeks to achieve the political ambitions and the establishment of their own state the so-called "national state.

2-The objectives of national dimensions:

nationalism has its goals and its dimensions are a multiplicity of Aeromexico they lead to the spirit of the championship and self-sacrifice, prosperity of the economy of the country for the implementation of the strategic plans, especially in the lost political crises and their impact on the economic side, ensuring stability and political unity, mitigation of conflicts and wars between States.

3-national from moral revolution to the revolution sleaze :

absence of national after the option of the next stages of the Palestinian experience, for example, which was its people live in security and stability, and the people of the testament Biltiba who friendliness, but did not last long pink days even formed a layer of critics of the home and made people live neglect and excellence in all its forms, and thus the conflict started with the occupation take our forms, according to the terms of the Oslo intifada, the Palestinian experience here turned from a moral revolution to the revolution of the immoral.This is what led to the absence of Arab nationalism in allowances and thus have an impact on the entire society on one side, and on the other the impact on the Palestinian economy terribly through attacks and Israeli blockade which impact on gross national product in the first of more than %95 of its imports in the work.

4-national relationship with globalization :

 The national state is the antithesis of globalization, and the policy as a result of the Vulnerability and consists of more than life dimensions of resisting globalization, which include the world recession and the abolition of the geographic boundaries and linking the economies and cultures and individuals connected States renounce goes beyond the traditional control on its national and local levels.

For example: the European model is the basis of the abandonment of the European countries Involuntary Disappearances on some of the aspects of sovereignty in favor of a regional entity heads toward economic unity, perhaps political unity through the emergence of the United States of America which enjoys a foreign policy of one defensive and become a competitive force during the next year, and this is what draws accept the global economic and increase control in global markets and, on the other hand, on the other hand the third world minds drifted toward the establishment and strengthening of economic blocs as part of its strategy to cope with some of globalization as is the case in the developments that befell the European Economic Community, but this is the result of the weakness of economic nationalism.

national strength and the leaders at the same time they create the political unity among segments of society as a whole, as anah eliminate conflicts and wars in the country such as what is happening now in the working group as a whole, whether foreign or Arab community in particular, which brings us to live in safety and stability of the main obstacle to the development of political thought and spirit of the presence of Arab nationalism has the right to become a sovereign nation, the practices of the holders of thought in governance in countries such as Egypt and Syria and Iraq. This is a major impediment to prejudice the essence of the same idea, the idea of a nation of sovereign states, because of their inability to achieve unity, even including, when ruled adjacent countries... Any attempt to find excuses for the establishment of the unit between the States in these cases increase the involvement in the political scandal.

 

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