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The Herald Scotland has an article about how British nationalism is taking the place of traditional unionism. Metro has a piece about a group of Scottish nationalists holding a protest near their border warning the English to stay away. The Article has an opinion piece asserting that English nationalism is a threat to the union.
The Nation has an op-ed covering Trumpian nationalism and the fallout from the COVID-19 crisis in the US. Business Insider has a story about how Biden’s new “Buy American” plan compares to Trump’s “America First” brand of economic nationalism.
The Hill published an op-ed article focusing on Western nationalism's embattled “icons” Trump, Johnson and Netanyahu.
Asia Times published an opinion article about why PM Modi’s attempt to tap into Indian nationalism in response to a recent territorial conflict with China will not work.
Straits Times has an op-ed about South-east Asian countries navigating the techno-nationalist 5G competition between the US and China.
The Jerusalem Post has an op-ed about racism, antisemitism and nationalism.
Balkan Insight has an article looking at rising nationalism 25 years after the Srebrenica genocide.
Brookings has a blog post about economic nationalism and the coronavirus.
The National Interest has a review of John Connelly’s book From Peoples into Nations: A History of Eastern Europe Princeton University Press, 2020.