In the past few years, nationalism has resurfaced in politics across the globe, and is only gaining momentum and power on an international scope. Nationalism is neither a new ideology, nor unique to the contemporary political landscape. However, the current nationalist revival has spread with striking speed and depth, and warrants extensive critical analysis by the political science community. In response to the nationalist phenomenon, the MJPS Online will be running a special feature throughout February. Every Friday of the month, each of the four sections will cover “the Rise of Nationalism” from their unique perspective, beginning with International Relations, followed by Canadian Politics, Political Theory, and Comparative Politics. The MJPS Online hopes to contribute and inspire meaningful discourse to this topic. We invite our readers to share their thoughts and contributions. Responses can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
International Relations: Domestic Politics, the Economy, International Security, and Global Governance.