Weekend Reading 06/24/2022

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Dear All,


Foreign Affairs published a story covering vaccine nationalism and the spread of monkeypox.

Salon has an opinion article discussing how the National Conservative movement is on the road toward autocracy. Foreign Policy has an op-ed piece focusing on how POTUS Biden can thwart pro-Russian nationalists in Bulgaria. Newport News Times has an op-ed article warning of the rise of Christian nationalism. The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle has a story about the Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidate’s use of Jewish symbolism and condemnation of the division between church and state has alarmed some Jewish Democrats. Philadelphis Inquier has an op-ed about how Christian nationalists are ‘throwing away constitutional values’.

The Guardian published an op-ed discussing  the problem of elite nationalism in Nigeria. 

Asia Times has an article covering the threat food nationalism poses to Asia. 

Balkan Insight published a blog post on Hungary’s nationalism and its impact on multiculturalism in sports. 




Justin Collier