Bangsang estadu

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Larawan ning "Ing Ratipikasyun ning Ratification of the Tratadu ning Münster", metung kareng tratadung papunta king Karatunan ning Westphalia (Peace of Westphalia), nung nu ya linto ing konseptu ning bangsang estadu

Ing bangsang estadu (nation state) metung yang estadung mangilala king sarili nang kukwa king kayang pangalehitimung pampulitika king kayang pamagsilbi antimong magsariling talapagdala ning bangsa antimong magsariling labwad.[1] Ing estadu metung yang pampulitika ampong pang-geopolitical a bage; ing bangsa metung yang pangkultura ampong/o panglahing bage. Ing katayang "bangsang estadu" mangabaldugan yang mitutulid la reng adwa king metung a lugal mitatabnu la reng aliwa king metung a lugal. Milyari ing pamanalkus da reng bangsang estadu kareng miayaliwang panaun kareng miayaliwang dake ning yatu, oneng megi yang makababo o dominanting uri ning pamag-organisa ning estadu.

Malyari yang ikumpara o pakiyanti, ampong piyaliwa, ing konseptu na ampo ing tutu nang kabilyan ning bangsang estadu kareng multinational state (‘’multinational state’’), city state (‘’lakanbalen a estadu’’), The concept and actuality of the nation state can be compared and contrasted with that of the multinational state, city state,[2][3][4] imperyu (‘’empire’’), pamiugnayan (‘’confederation’’) , ampong aliwa pang porma o alkus ning estadu, a malyaring misanib. Ing pekamaulagang pamiyaliwa kareng aliwang alkus, ya pin ing pamangilala ning forms with which it may overlap. The key distinction from the other forms is the identification of a people (‘’people’’) king metung a polity (estadu o dake na niti).

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  1. Such a definition is a working one: "All attempts to develop terminological consensus around nation resulted in failure", concludes Tishkov, Valery (2000). "Forget the 'nation': post-nationalist understanding of nationalism". Ethnic and Racial Studies 23 (4): 625–650 [p. 627].  Connor, Walker (1978). "A Nation is a Nation, is a State, is an Ethnic Group, is a…". Ethnic and Racial Studies 1: 377–400.  Discusses the impresion surrounding the characters of nation, state, nation state, and nationalism Connor, who gave the term ethnonationalism wide currency, discusses the tendency to confuse nation and state, and to treat all states as nation states. Sheila L. Crouche, Globalization and belonging discusses "The Definitional Dilemma" pp85ff.
  2. Peter Radan (2002). The break-up of Yugoslavia and international law. Psychology Press. ISBN 978-0-415-25352-9. Retrieved on 25 November 2010. 
  3. Alfred Michael Boll (2007). Multiple nationality and international law. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-14838-3. Retrieved on 25 November 2010. 
  4. Daniel Judah Elazar (1998). Covenant and civil society: the constitutional matrix of modern democracy. Transaction Publishers. ISBN 978-1-56000-311-3. Retrieved on 25 November 2010. 

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