For nearly the past three decades, the story of India has been one of uncertainty. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent speech at the World Economic Forum plenary exemplifies this. On More
North Korea may leave Pyeongchang without a medal, but they’ve won something far more valuable.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley recently announced a ban on wine imports from neighbouring British Columbia. This came in response to B.C.’s proposed restrictions on bitumen shipments to the West Coast More
Nationalism as liberation in the decolonization era.
A historical overview of the Rise of Nationalism, and nationalism’s role in the formation of modern Europe.
On January 27, a Taliban-orchestrated suicide bombing in central Kabul killed at least 95 people and wounded another 158. Two days later, an ISIS attack on the Afghan Military Academy More
Eritrea emerged as a sovereign state in 1991, following 30 years of armed battle for independence with its neighbour Ethiopia. The nationalist movement of the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (FPLE) More
The belief that democracy is not a perfect system of government has been articulated by both political theorists and regular citizens, and is a recurrent motif in public discourse after More
President Donald Trump’s pledge to renegotiate the supposedly unfair North American Free Trade Agreement has upended a remarkably stable and successful trade relationship. Posing as the defender of the post-war More
The Canadian Politics team on the Rise of Nationalism. By Catharina O’Donnell, Olivier Bergeron-Boutin, Jean-Philippe Roch, and Patricia Sibal.