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Nationalism helps protect human rights by encouraging people to identify with their country and working together to protect common interests.

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Question: How can nationalism enable protection of human rights?

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Nationalism, if it is inclusive and respects diversity, can indeed enable the protection of human rights. When people identify strongly with their nation, they may be more willing to defend the rights and freedoms that are enshrined in their country's laws and constitution. Additionally, a strong sense of national identity can foster a sense of belonging and social cohesion, which can make it easier for people to work together to protect human rights. However, it should be noted that nationalism can also be a negative force that promotes exclusion and discrimination against certain groups. If not checked, extreme forms of nationalism can lead to xenophobia and the violation of the rights of minority groups. Therefore, it is important to promote a positive and inclusive form of nationalism that values diversity and recognizes the importance of human rights for all members of society.

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March 17, 2023, 11:46 a.m.

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Published: Friday, March 17, 2023

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