Transnationalism and Nationalism by 46MB805K

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									Transnationalism and Nationalism

Two forces that shape the world
Transnationalism
          Nationalism:
      The Good and the Bad
The Best        The Worst
         Nationalism: Defined
   A group of people with a collective
    identity with political aspirations
          Nation-State Fit
Every country has:

1.   State
2.   Government
3.   Nation
State
          Government: Structure
   Indian constitution
   Japanese Constitution
   Mexican Constitution
   South African Constitution
Government: Regime
                    Answers
   From left to right:
   Top Row: US Pres. Barack Obama, Chinese Pres.
    Hu Jintai, Russian PM Vladimir Putin, Indian PM
    Manmohan Singh.
   Middle Row: Japanese PM Kan Naoto, UK PM
    David Cameron, Afghan Pres. Hamid Karzai,
    Venezuelan Pres. Hugo Chavez,
   Ugandan Pres. Yoweri Museveni, German
    Chancellor Angela Merkel, Indonesian Pres. Susilo
    Bambang Yudhoyono, Saudi King Abdullah,
    Zimbabwe Pres Robert Mugabe
Kurdish Nation
Two Canadas?
Yugoslavia
Sudan
           Transnationalism
   Anything tat crosses borders
   Transnational Ideas
   Transnational actors
Spread of Buddhism
Islam to 750
Islam to 1400
Islam to 1900
       Slimy Burgers Worldwide!
   McDonald's operates over 31,000
    restaurants worldwide, employing more
    than 1.5 million people.
   McDonald's operates in more than 119
    countries on six continents.
   Every day McDonald's serves more than
    47 million customers around the world.
    (From: http://www.mcdonalds.ca/en/aboutus/faq.aspx)
   McDonald’s China, Colombia, Egypt,
    Taiwan or pick any country!
               Information
   Daily Yomiuri (Japan)
   The Hindu (India)
   South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
   The Star (Malaysia)
   London Times (UK)
   Le Monde (France)
   Buenos Aires Herald (Argentina)
   The Standard (Kenya)
   World News Network
Where?

								
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