What If Climate Change and Rising Nationalism Both Had the Same Solution?
Countries riven by inequality and xenophobia won't be resilient to climate change—which means that the fight against nationalism and the fight against global warming are actually one and the same.
Russia Is Planning to Unplug From the Internet. Here's Why.
Welcome to the return of Internet nationalism.
White Nationalism Is Driven by a Perceived Loss of Status
New research suggests that nationalism can be a psychological coping response.
Viktor Orbán's Rise and the Power of Nationalist Politics
The prime minister of Hungary is currently dealing with worker protests, but his ascent was driven by anti-immigrant sentiment and difficult economic circumstances.
How Christian Nationalism Begets Political Conservatism
New research finds that fused identity apparently produces a predisposition toward authoritarianism and support for punitive punishments.
Breaking Down Italy's Persistent Political Instability
More than a month after it's most recent elections the country's populace once again faces political gridlock, regional division, and a worsening relationship with Europe.
Why We Engage in Tribalism, Nationalism, and Scapegoating
Robert Sapolsky reveals the biological basis for our most unfortunate traits—and insists change is possible.
What the E.U. Represents in an Era of Rising Euroskepticism
The European Union has failed to endorse the results of the referenda in both Spanish Catalonia and Iraqi Kurdistan, which is striking given that referenda are supposedly democratic expressions of popular will.