Examples of nationhood in a Sentence
the early days of U.S. nationhood
The colonists showed a strong desire for nationhood.
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That Russian occupation came to an end in 1990, as Latvia took advantage of the collapse of the Soviet Union to reclaim its nationhood.
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All of this is arguably part of an even larger identity war over heritage and nationhood that rages within much of the western world as well as Russia.
Even some who disagree with Mr Puigdemont’s methods believe Catalonia has a case for nationhood.
What is most offensive about the kneeling gesture is not the projection of disrespect for the symbols of nationhood.
Americans don’t begrudge athletes their free-speech rights—see the popularity of Charles Barkley —but disrespecting the national anthem puts partisanship above a symbol of nationhood that thousands have died for.
The people who write our books, run our companies, staff our bureaucracies, and teach our kids are the ones whose views on nationhood and American history will prevail, in all their wisdom and folly.
Stalin’s dictatorial and homogenizing empire all but destroyed the cultures of the Black Sea coast, but old questions of ownership and nationhood resurfaced after 1991.
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