In this post, Yoav Peled, Tel Aviv University, discusses the relations between ethno-nationalism, neo-liberalism, and right-wing populism.
As per the definition of Katherine Stewart in her book The Power Worshippers, Christian nationalism is based upon the myth that the American republic was created and founded as a Christian nation, and as such, the legitimate government “rests not on the consent of the governed but on adherence to the doctrines of a specific religious, ethnic, and cultural heritage.” (Stewart 2020) Under this definition, the laws of the land should not be based upon delib
In this contribution Brian Girvin, University of Glasgow, discusses the complex nature of state and nation in the study of nationalism.
In this post for Vistas, Carmen Celestini of the University of Waterloo and the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism explores the QAnon phenomenon and what it can tell us about politics and society.
Normalizing the One-State Reality
In this inaugural post of H-Nationalism's new blog, Vistas, Brian Girvin addresses the weakness of international law in respect of secessionist conflicts.
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