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65 Connor writes that this "nation" can be part of a state, be coterminous with a state, or extend into more than one state. While Connor defines both entities as social groups, the emphasis of the state is clearly on legality, political institutions, and government. The nation, however, does not need any of these things to exist. Why has the state become important? different pluralist forces compete for the distribution of scarce resources. , by J Sibree, London: G. Bell & Sons, p. , as quoted by Kohn, Nationalism, pp.
There are instances when such movements started among a people who were well off economically. ), People Without a Country: The Kurds and Kurdistan. London: Zed Press (1980. pp. 204-205. 99 E. Cashmore, Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations. London: Routledge, 1988, pp. 97102. 100 Inayatullah Baloch, The Problem of Greater Baluchistan, pp. 126-145. 101 Stalin, Marxism And The National Question. , 1947, p. 15. 102 Walker Connor, Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding, p. 148. 103 In contrast to the psychological characteristics of the nation, Connor underestimates the economic factors.
London and New York: Routledge, 1989, pp. org 44 BALOCH NA TIONALISM ITS ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT language, religious beliefs, distinct territory, and socio-economic structure, the Baloch collective character plays a significant role in distinguishing the Baloch from their neighbouring nations. Residing for more then 2000 years, as a dominant people, in a country with a formidable geography and harsh climate, have influenced their way of life in one way or another. Similarly, the devastating waves of alien armies, the migrations and internal tribal wars left their marks on all aspects of the Baloch society.
Baloch nationalism: its origin and development by Taj Mohammad Breseeg