Weekend Reading 04/29/2022

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Dear All,


Salon has an interview discussing Christian nationalism’s impact on democracy in the US. VOA has a video story about what France’s election can teach the US in its upcoming midterm elections. The Washington Post (paysite) published an opinion piece arguing that the GOP is a movement to impose White Christian nationalism.

The Economist (paysite) published a story on how the Good Friday Agreement is under increasing strain as the nationalists are set for a historic win in Northern Ireland's vote.

Foreign Policy published an op-ed by scholar Stephen Walt focusing on what elites are getting wrong about nationalism. 

The Washington Post (paysite) has a story about Hindu nationalism and the demolition of largely Muslim neighborhoods in India. 

NBC News published an article about how Western leaders are feeling relieved with the re-election of French President Emmanuel Macron. Atlantic Council has a piece also looking at the French elections and what the outcome means for Europe and the world. 





Justin Collier


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