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Alert, As the United States becomes more divided, China becomes more united, Newsweek 
  • As the United States becomes more divided, and China becomes more united, there is reason for concern. A more united China is a more dangerous China. 
  • While Chinese nationalism has grown, American pride fell to a 20-year low last year, according to Gallup. Only 45 percent of those polled said they were "extremely proud" to be American. That percentage has consistently declined over the past decade. 
        Alert, In China, animosity towards all things American is palpable, Newsweek 
        • Having lived in the country for an extensive period of time, I am not exaggerating when I say that, in China, animosity towards all things American is palpable. 
        • I have spoken with Chinese people, both young and old, who view the United States as the ultimate enemy. 
                  Alert, China, by contrast, is seeing the rise of Generation N—the "N" stands for "nationalism", Newsweek
                  • Jun Mai and Amber Wang argue that it is a "result of the Communist Party's efforts to reinforce its legitimacy, as well as a shifting expectation of China's international status as its power grows." Unlike previous generations that grew up in poverty and turbulent political environments, Gen N has become accustomed to "high-speed railway, roads and the pace of urbanization." 
                  • The pride that they feel may be misplaced, driven by disinformation campaigns and state-run media, but it exists nonetheless.
                  Alert, What exactly is fueling the rise of nationalism in China?, Newsweek 
                  • Jun Mai and Amber Wang argue that it is a "result of the Communist Party's efforts to reinforce its legitimacy, as well as a shifting expectation of China's international status as its power grows." Unlike previous generations that grew up in poverty and turbulent political environments, Gen N has become accustomed to "high-speed railway, roads and the pace of urbanization." 
                  • The pride that they feel may be misplaced, driven by disinformation campaigns and state-run media, but it exists nonetheless.
                  Alert, Civic nationalism is to be celebrated; ethnonationalism is to be condemned, repeatedly and vociferously, Newsweek
                  • Civic nationalism is wholly inclusive. It promotes traditional liberal values like freedom, tolerance for others and respect for individual rights. Ethnonationalism merges the ideas of nation and nationality with ethnicity. 
                  Opportunity, America needs to be united, Newsweek
                  • A more united country, where the values of American citizens are put first, is a stronger one. To compete with China, strength and unity are most definitely required.
                    
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