The crises between ethnicities and nation-states are spreading and escalating around the world. The study aims to understand the dialectical relationship between these parties using a critical approach. The claim is that the tensions between them are arising from the system's structural problems. A comparative time-series analysis is used to test this assertion. The method aims to find out if any connection exists between the time series of the systemic cycles and the elite conflicts of the entire ethnicity. Quebec's new ethnicity made this application much more identifiable and traceable with the historical remarks. The study shows that the backstage of Quebec's elite competitions is part of the bourgeois and class conflict, which also has some equal time overlapping with the hegemonic and Kondratiev cycles. This framework might lead to other studies related to nation-ethnicity perspectives.
Ethnicity, World System Analysis, Quebec