What are the historical facts that lead some people to believe that some nations and/or peoples aren't real nations and/or nations? [on hold]
I've heard it in several occasions where some people believe that some nation is fictional and not an historical fact. Today I've heard that claimed about the Palestinians and the Kurds who, in ...
Are there some examples of leaders of foreign birth and different nationality who were elected democratically to lead countries? Like for example if a American person would lead India.
Many people claim that Western European countries get more and more ethnically diverse, i.e, that Western society is getting more and more heterogenous with regard to ethnic groups. According to ...
A large part of the current population of South America are descendants of both native Americans and Europeans. In contrast, in north America the intermingling of native Americans and Europeans was ...
A quick glance at Wikipedia's list of Polish people demonstrates the stereotype as false. Poland has produced notable minds in such diverse areas of knowledge as Astronomy (Nicolaus Copernicus), ...
Today in the US, people from Spanish-speaking countries in the Americas are called by various names: Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, etc. What was the term used by Americans for such people in the 1800s? ...
Xibe people living in Xinjiang are Qing dynasty colonists in the region. They clearly speak the same language as the Manchu did, which bears a question: Are the Xibe and Manchu people the same ethnic ...