Weekend Reading 07/23/2021

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Dear All,


CBC (video) published a story on a recent comment made by WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus saying that vaccine nationalism is morally indefensible. Telegraph has a story on recent comments made by the head of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine arguing that vaccine nationalism will destabilize the world.

Herald Scotland has an opinion article about the "myth" that Scottish nationalists believe about North Sea oil. Telegraph (paysite) has an opinion piece discussing the likelihood of a second referendum in Scotland. 

NPR has a story about a Jewish nationalist possibly inciting violence between Jews and Arabs. 

Pew Research Center has an article on a recent study revealing that religious and national identities are closely linked for India’s Hindus. 

The Bogota Post has an op-ed arguing that embracing patriotism is a good thing for Colombians to do. 

The McGill International Review has a blog post covering the ghost of nationalism in Bosnia. 

Balkan Insight has an article about a Montenegrin citizen being sentenced to six months in prison for chanting nationalist slogans at a Serbian Orthodox religious gathering.

The Mainichi has an opinion piece looking at the rise of nationalism in East Asia. 




Justin Collier