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Irish Times has a piece written by one of our community members Marc Scully about nationality and identity among Irish people in Britain after Brexit. The Scotsman published an article on why independence marches are unlikely to bring to another independence referendum.
Newsweek has an article looking at white nationalism in the US military. Roll Call also has a similar story on white nationalism in the military and a congressman calling for investigations. Bloomberg has an interview discussing the impact of the trade dispute on international brands in China. The National Review has an article about Andreas Wimmer’s ideas about representation as key for a healthy nationalism. The Atlantic has a piece about the white-nationalist who attacked a black counter-protester and why their claims of self-defense didn’t work.
The English version of El País has a piece on the current state of the independence bid in Catalonia.
Yahoo News has a story on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's hopes that the G7 will fight extreme nationalism.
ABC News has an article about a prominent German nationalist who recently avoided being expelled from the right-wing Alternative for Germany Party.
The Guardian has an op-ed about how nationalism can be a good thing.
Sanja Vico reviews a book entitled Everyday Nationhood: Theorising Culture, Identity and Belonging after Banal Nationalism edited by Michael Skey and Marco Antonsich.
Shota Kincha, Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, and Justin Collier