Weekend Reading 06/02/2023

Justin Collier Discussion

H-Nationalism’s Weekend Reading series highlights recent and thought-provoking reviews, blog posts, brief articles, and op-eds.  We do not endorse the views expressed by the authors referenced here and encourage critical reading. Have something to say about something you read?  You can use the reply feature to offer reflections and criticisms, as long as these do not pertain to the personal integrity or motivations of the authors of the referenced items. All comments are subject to pre-publication review, inline with H-Net policies. Feel free to contact Justin Collier (collierjustin@gmail.com) and our main editorial email account (editorial-nationalism@mail.h-net.org) with any questions or suggestions.


Dear All,


CNN has an interview with former Swedish PM and diplomat Carl Bildt, who says nationalism is poison in the Balkans. 

PharmTech has an article about the threat that vaccine nationalism poses globally. 

The National has a piece about former PM Gordon Brown claiming that people must move away from nationalism and towards patriotism.

The Daily Beast has an article about comments from Charles Tuberville distancing himself from his brother Senator Tuberville’s “racial stereotypes” and “white nationalism.” Informed Comment has a post looking at why U.S. Republicans are importing fascist Christian nationalism from Orbán’s Hungary. Fox News published a story about how the political left is obsessed with Christian nationalism and is attempting to marginalize pro-life Christians. 

E-International Relations published an article on pluralism and. ultra-nationalism and the Turkish Elections.

Al Jazeera has a story covering how Kosovo’s Olympic authorities have asked the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to open disciplinary proceedings against Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic after he was accused of promoting “Serbian nationalists’ propaganda.”

Yahoo News has an article about the UK’s response to the pandemic and how it has been branded “colonial” and “fueled by nationalism” by justice campaigners.




Justin Collier