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- n. A group of people who have a different ethnicity, religion, language or culture to that of the majority of people in the place where they live.
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- n. a group that has different national or cultural traditions from the majority of the population
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In general, states with a nontitular ethnic minority population that plays only a marginal role in politics and the economy—like Kurds in Turkey—benefit internationally and domestically from open governance.