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People seem intuitively to understand that the virus doesn’t respect identity or nationality, that it is a symptom of a larger, transnational condition.
The United Nations estimates that perhaps more than 10 million people throughout the world are stateless — meaning they have no true nationality and are citizens of nowhere.
THE NEW MEANING OF CITIZENSHIPDANIEL MALLOYDECEMBER 13, 2020OZY
Participants who had positive feelings about people of other races, nationalities, and ethnicities estimated cities in Mexico and Canada as being closer than those who held negative or neutral feelings.
When we look at everyone’s nationalities, it becomes clear that we’re all more similar in how we experience loneliness than we might expect.
They may even unintentionally favor players of certain nationalities, races, ages or backgrounds.
It was a fatal error, for though the Spanish people might despise their King, they were intensely proud of their nationality.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Foreign families of neutral nationality sought more tranquil asylum far beyond the suburbs or on ships lying in the harbour.
An American woman therefore who marries an alien takes the nationality of her husband.
But if he was unconcerned as to family descent, he was far from indifferent as to nationality.
They have no nationality, and are officially described as “Filipinos under the protection of the United States.”

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