Imperialism a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force.The ideals of popular sovereignty, capitalism, industrialization, and the new visions of social ordering that these nations championed, revolutionaries began to resist the power of nations and empires. However European powers and the United States had gained much the  positions of dominance in world affairs. The Americas, Japan, and parts of Europe provide the best examples. Sometimes national leaders used education to combat strong regional identities.For example Canada had built a new nation and their economic success. Canada had access to a frontier prairie to be able to grow agricultural exports. Their lands were benefiting from the European immigrants. Canada wanted to be independent and their separation from Britain was peaceful. Canadians were also using territorial expansion to build an integrated state. Canadians were indeed successful since they were benefiting and helping others as well.However in Europe, states appeared as revolutionaries broke away from multinational empires unable to keep their lands intact. Territorial expansion, however, complicated the needs of the nation-state by introducing a new people outside the people defined by the nation. New imperialism was industrialized nations that were focused on Asia and Africa to expand their territory.The East India company, since the 1600s,East India company controlled the Bombay , Madras and Calcutta to conduct trade.The British had been viewed as Indians as their second class citizen.Distinct lines of breaking and or breaking of hard material. such as slavery people in the United States successfully carved out a strong nation state. Territorial expansion had provided a means of coming together as a country as well as bringing prosperity to the white farmer. Manifest Destiny which was  a term for the attitude prevalent during the 19th century period of American expansion that the United States not only could, but was destined to, stretch from coast to coast. This attitude helped fuel western settlement, Native American removal and war with Mexico.ideals also required, however, the suppression of Amerindians and conflict with Britain and Mexico .Civil War and States Rights Despite the unity of territory, divisions over who contributed that led to the Civil War.The war led to the abolition of slavery and began efforts to extend citizenship rights to people of African descent in the United States. It also brought about the increased power of the national government.Economic and Industrial Development Economic growth exploded after the Civil War with new technology greatly accelerating agricultural and industrial output. Growth also led to social stratification that compounded tensions as overproduction in the 1890s led to unemployment and calls to restructure the American economic system.In 1880, European colonialism had more power to fully extend through Africa. The only two large European colonial had possession that the French Algeria and the two British ruled the South African states, as the Cape Colony and Natal.Within thirty years, seven European states had gone through almost all of Africa, had gained all the possession. In 1882  the british had invaded and occupied Egypt. The action provoked the French, who had made Egypt their major influence, since when Napoleon’s 1798 invasion, however Britain had dominated European states, fearful that they might be left behind. As these powers joined the, the Portugal had called for an international conference to discuss the claims to Africa. For Africa it was a devastating time with nearly 70 percent of the newly drawn borders had failed to correspond to the older and past of their demarcations that had ethnicity,language,,culture, and commerce. As a result those African borders had European trading center, rather than to Africa. To be more observant the European empires in Africa seemed solid and durable, but as a fact,European colonial rule that had a fragile. For all the British Africa, the only all british force was 5,000 men had garrisoned in Egypt. Elsewhere, European officers depended on African military and police forces. To which in 1914, the number of British administrative officers available for the whole of the northern Nigeria was less than 500. To this result it would not take much to destabilize the European order in Africa. The idea that had lead to the idea of people had been united by territory, history and culture that had grown increasingly popular worldwide, it was not easy to make it happen more as reality.Asserting sovereignty over what it had claimed as national territory, the state nationalized diverse populations by creating a unified system of law, education, military service, and government.