Contributions of Nationalism to global expansion

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The ideal nationalism growth began in Europe in the seventeenth century. The writings of Machiavelli greatly contributed to the growth of sentiment. He was an Italian politician of the 16th century who made a significance contribution to the growth of nationalism in many countries.

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NationalismName:Institution:NationalismNationalism refers to the sense that one belongs to a particular state. Nowadays, it is viewed as a very efficient power in the political life of many people. Nationalism influences the nation-state formation and mutual relation between different countries. In the past, nationalism did not exist in the state at which it is viewed today. It came to be a unique force during the eighteenth and nineteenth century. It is defined as a sentiment of different kinds of people who are united by strong bonds which may include general language or race, same religious beliefs, similar economic status, general life activities and history (Male?evi?, 2013).When groups of people are united by such bonds, they seek the development of the group. Nationalism is a very distinct force in the practical politics. The purpose of nationalism is to unite, integrate people of a particular state who are loyal to their country. In the history, empires that consist of many different countries detached from each other due to lack of a common country feeling which would tighten the bonds between the component countries into an uniform unit. A good illustration of this is the break of Moghul Empire and also the fall of the great Roman Empire. The ideal nationalism growth began in Europe in the seventeenth century. The writings of Machiavelli greatly contributed to the growth of sentiment. He was an Italian politician of the 16th century who made a signif

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