Will nationalism ever return?
Is the lack of conventional wars among developed nations the cause of its absence?
>tfw live a meaningless canadacuck life where no one gives a hoot about the prestige and power of our nation
Nationalism never went anywhere, a lot of Western countries today have big nationalist parties, and nationalist rhetoric has to be used to some extent by mainstream politicians. Even Lenin realised how deeply ingrained nationalism is into people's pysches, it's not just a 'bourgeios delusion' or whatever Marx said about it.
If you mean full blown inter-war levels of nationalism in the West, then I cant see that happening any time soon but who knows.
And even without them nationalism is everywhere.
Even people who are not politically nationalist are still nationalist because they identify with and believe in the idea of a Nation and most people also believe their national myths, such as exceptionalism being the most common.
Spooky as fuck and it never went anywhere.
First, see this >>441785
Then, stop thinking nationalism means war. Nationalism in the 19-20th century was particularly bloody because it meant overthrowing a logic existing since the very first civilizations, "sorting out" demographics and lots of nations seeking emancipation. Now that that is over, I think the nationalist world order is ultimately more stable because it's not ever-growing like empires of the past. However, there's a certain danger to pushing for globalization and letting a big amount of immigrants in while the nationalist logic is still fundamental.
Also, Canada is a non-country.
which was more important to the rise of Europe?
Hello /his/. I'm going to dump a few pictures, mostly Japanese wood prints, related to the First Sino-Japanese War, which happened between 1894 and 1895 over the control of Korea. I find these wood prints very interesting because of the clash of the "traditional" art style and the modern war depicted.
Here's the wikipedia article, if you want to learn more about it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Sino-Japanese_War
What about the Quran is miraculous? Is there anything in its contents that is truly outside human capability to have produced?
The book is keeping patriarchy and wifes freedom under chains and kicks and this is a major miracle.
What do you guys think of Kurdistan? How would the Middle East look today if they were given a country like was promised after the First World War. What will the future hold for them?
Well now they can easily carve their own state from the carcass of ISIL because no one would really stop them. They'd deserve it at that point. And they'd fight to the absolute death holding on to whatever country they found.
I think the middle east will be a shithole no matter what happens
>many religious dichotomies nibble at the heels of any army
>insanely large wealth gaps between countries due to luck with oil
>isreal randomly being awarded somebody elses land
>the cold war funneled hundreds of thousands of weapons into the region
You could make everybody in the region forget their religion and national history and it'd still be a bloodbath.
If most cowboys were black,native american, and Mexican then when did the image of cowboys start to become "white washed"
We all know the Earth is about 6000 years old.
But is it possible to know the exact time?
It will be exactly the 6000th year when Christ returns and sets up the millenial kingdom.
>creation was 6 days
>7th day for rest
>human history will be 6000 years
>last 1000 years for rest
What do u guys believe about Pompeii?
Lets talk about the people who coined the phrase "Assassin"
Why does everyone seem so intent on destroying pieces of history now? Whether it's the Middle East, Europe or America everyone seems intent on destroying artifacts of the past. Is it just the time we live in or have other nations and cultures done similar removals as they evolved?
Nope. This is a more realistic depiction of the buddha than those stone faced po faced asian men seen in thai stone craft.
So /his/ i'm doing a project on ships in the 1700's is there any help that you guys that provide?
There were some cool ships but most of them sank thanks to pirates and stuff. I once saw a cool Spanish ship not sure what it was called but it looked cool.
Also, Black Flag was a decent game.
Did he get anything right?
Also how does /his/ view psychology in general and why?
>Professor describes any slightly controversial statement or term as "troubled" and "dangerous", says "you might want to be careful with that" whenever a student uses a controversial word, explanation or theory
Is this good academia or bad academia?
How controversial are we talking here?
Is it "Trannies aren't as widespread as people think they are and the practice should be discouraged" controversial or "GAS THE KIKES, RACE WAR NOW" controversial?
>be STEM autist in grad school
>in research ethics class
>professor is clearly a leftist tool
>nobody does any readings because we're busy with math and shit
>topic of the day is research misconduct
>I mention off-handedly that MLK plagarized his doctoral thesis, but he still accomplished a lot after that
>start getting dirty looks from across the aisle
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Would Britain still be an industrial nation if it wasn't for her?
>You will never become a respected General in the mongol army
>You will never overthrow the Khan to create your own Empire
>You will never marry a qt3.14 princess descended from Genghis Khan to legitimize your rule
>You will never be so feared that you're called the "sword of islam"
>You will never conquer entire countries to create an Empire
>You will never make your lands rich...
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his descendents in the Mughal line ended up being massive disappointments
>Defeated by small band of Sikhs
>Can't even hold on to entire India for more than a few 400 years
>btfo by British