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- n. Alternative form of splittism.
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Instead, this controversial politician whose family had been accused by Taiwan prosecutors of corruption and who personally has been accused by Beijing of provocative "splitism" seemed unruffled, deeply calm and defiant.
They were required to publicly choose between following the Dalai Lama and communism, between "splitism" and "upholding the unity of the glorious motherland."
And I think the deterioration of the situation in Afghanistan and the neighboring Pakistan is definitely not good for China's fundamental national interests, too, because we are also plagued with religious extremism, with splitism, et cetera.
I feel most regret for the intense sectarianism and then splitism that I participated in.
But not one of the regions mentioned above has been recognized as independent by more than a handful of countries, and in some instances none whatsoever, so the likelihood of an epidemic of cases of splitism headed to the World Court or out the respective national doors soon is questionable.
I think you’re right to criticize and warn against the kind of sectarianism, dogmatism, and splitism that we engaged in.