White people seem to be less ethnocentric than most other people in the world.
I (anecdotally) have observed this based on many years living in China and Japan, but many studies have also found this to be true.
An article I read this morning covers this topic quite well.
There are two types of ethnocentrism. “Positive ethnocentrism” means you take pride in your own people and make sacrifices for them. “Negative ethnocentrism” means you don’t especially like other peoples. Computer modelling experiments show once you control for other factors, ethnocentric groups will dominate and displace less ethnocentric groups.
The article, It’s Official: Europeans (Such As Macron’s Voters In France) Have a Genetic Death Wish, has a splashy title which I do not care for, but otherwise deals with this topic pretty well. It includes links to a number of studies that support its basic claim—that whites have evolved differently.
We know that evolution must lead to group differences and we know that many group differences are based on genes, so why do we generally avoid this topic?
We will all be much better off when we recognize the fundamentals of group differences.
Full disclosure, I come from a small ethnic group that tallies some of the lowest IQ scores in Europe. This does not bother me at all. I believe “my group” will be better off recognizing both its weak and strong points and dealing with them realistically.
Moreover, l know that low group averages for “my group” say very little about me as an individual.