Weekend Reading 01/28/2022

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Dear All,


Fox News has a piece focusing on how pro-choice advocates are claiming the pro-life movement is tied to white nationalism. While The Guardian has an opinion article about white nationalists flocking to the US anti-abortion movement. The Independent has an article about a viral video of a white nationalist knocking on doors in Alabama in an effort to recruit new members. The Washington Post has a piece about looking at how the January 6 attacks on the US Capitol helped spread Christian nationalism.

Al Jazeera published an article covering the divisions among pro-independence Scottish activists over the possibility that embattled PM Boris Johnson could be forced to resign

ABC posted a story (audio) discussing the cost of vaccine nationalism to the world’s economy. 

France 24 published a story covering the meeting of  European far-right nationalist leaders in Madrid.

Reuters has an article on the drubbing taken by the nationalist Finns Party in the recent midterm elections in Finland. 

The Economic Times published an article covering recent comments made by the former Indian VP Hamid Ansari criticizing expressing concern regarding the rise of Hindu nationalism. Business Standard has an op-ed article discussing how Bollywood is demonstrating a renewed purpose of creating new national myths.

Greater Kashmir has an opinion piece about nationalism and Kashmir




Justin Collier