Weekend Reading 05/12/2023
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CBS News has a story about Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville trying to clear up comments made late last week about white nationalists serving in the US military. NPR also has a story about Sen. Tuberville’s comments. Vox has an article on the nationalist dark side of Joe Biden’s climate policies. Washington Post ( paysite) has an op-ed discussing how the Texas legislature has been gripped by Christian nationalism.
Reuters (paysite) published an article covering how a Russian nationalist group, known as the "Club of Angry Patriots," is entering politics as an opposition party without instruction from the Kremlin.
US News has a story about the leader of Welsh nationalists Plaid Cymru, stepping down after a report revealed a culture of sexual harassment, bullying, and discrimination in the party.
Fox News published a piece on India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party challenged in the southern Indian state of Karnataka where it holds power.