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This categorization into 5 types of nation-states can be challenged and changed. But for the purpose of this lecture and for the purpose of explaining why Pakistan is truly unique categorization is a necessary and unavoidable starting point. The first category of nation-states can be described as those countries that had virtually uninterrupted and continuous existence with approximately the same features for a very long time, i.e some cases date back to the very beginning of recorded human history.
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It is continuously located in a certain part of the planet, despite the fact that it is subject to war and invasion and despite the fact that there could be more than one kingdom or power in the same single “countries”, these countries have more or less always been recognized as China, as Egypt, as Persia, etc England.
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The people who lived in these locations also shared very long time: ethnic, linguistic, and cultural traits. Their current borders may not be exactly the borders that existed at different times in history, but in a general sense, China, which we think existed about 2000 years ago, is still in the same place and with the same people as today in 2005/2006 China.
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So China and some other countries make up the first category: “historical nation-states”. Then there is a second category that can be described as: “migratory nation-states”. There have been cases in history when a relatively large number of people lived in one part of the world and sailed across oceans e.g.
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New Zealand, Australia, North, Central, and South America, and southern Africa. Some of this matter migration was “forced” migration eg convict prisoners from England sent to Australia to serve their judgments, some of this migration was due to religious persecution (e.g. Protestants in Europe), some of them due to serious economic needs, eg food shortages in Ireland. Much of this migration was driven by the search for new resources and wealth.