Weekend Reading 11/25/2022

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Dear All,

 

The Telegraph has a story about recent comments made by Pakistan's former PM Imran Khan, blaming nationalism for Pakistan’s broken relationship with India.

The Guardian published an op-ed discussing why a supreme court ruling presents an opportunity for Scottish nationalists. Reuters also has an article about the UK court ruling that rejects a Scottish independence vote.

The Jerusalem Post has an article about rapper Kanye West taking white nationalist Nick Fuentes to a dinner hosted by former US President Donald Trump.

Salon published an opinion piece discussing the dark side of pop nationalism in South Korea. 

Politico has a story about Ukraine’s leadership criticizing a football scarf worn by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that displayed a map of “Greater Hungary,” including parts of present-day Ukraine.

AP News published an article on Malaysia’s next government leaning to the religious right as a coalition of Malay nationalists won the support of an influential bloc after tight general elections failed to produce a clear winner.

The Washington Post has an op-ed looking at the challenges of Taiwanese nationalism.

TVP World published a commentary article covering how Germans disguise their nationalism today.

Nation.Cymru covers a story about Welsh Conservatives critical of a council for showing “petty nationalism” in not flying a Union Flag at County Hall.

Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada has an article exploring the rise in Hindu nationalism in India.



Regards,

 

Justin Collier