If our politicians are really concerned about the future, they've got a funny way of talking about it.
Debate over trade and immigration have caused rifts within parties this year. An international relations expert explains how these global issues will continue to challenge our two-party system.
Many of HG Wells's futuristic prophecies have come true, but the one on which his heart was most set – the establishment of a world state – remains unfulfilled.
The canal was under US control for nearly a century and was only recognised as Panamanian on New Year's Eve 1999.
For the first time, all Oromo branches have come together to fight for their national self-determination and democracy
First clue: inequality.
Without much fuss, Canada voted to make its anthem gender neutral – but other countries don't have it so easy.
The stakes would be even higher for other member states, but populists are bound to make a play for their own referendums.
Sure, it's got a flag and some bank notes – but the EU will need to do better if it's to compete with its members' strong, national design heritage.
Robert Sobukwe developed the philosophy of African nationalism to even higher intellectual heights. The lesson for humanity was his ideological stand that there is only one race - the human race.
For those who were there one hundred years ago, Gallipoli was not the stuff of legend that it later became, but a site of regret and despair.
The French regional elections were far from a nationalist wipeout. But can Marine Le Pen make good on what the party has achieved?
In his 150th anniversary year it seems appropriate that Sibelius and his reception receive a critical re-evaluation.
It's not the first time there's been an uproar about a national anthem but why does it matter so much?
In the West, it is often forgotten that 1945 marks the end of not only the second world war but also of a much longer period of political and social upheaval in Asia.
Reclaim Australia is not the first radical nationalist movement to emerge in Australia, and it has applied the lessons of past groups' mistakes to attract a broader range of people to its rallies.
As the British Museum gears up for some soul-searching about our inner Celt, 500 dons are gathering with much the same mission.
The federal government's recent White Paper on developing northern Australia has disturbing echoes of the 1890s, a time when unbridled capitalism and indentured labour developed the North.
On Memorial Day, reflecting on the meaning of the 'liberation' of Europe 70 years on.
Speaking with Jason Dittmer on superheroes and fascism.
America's flirtations with fascism in the 1930s and the influence of the Second World War gave rise to nationalistic, quasi-fascist superheroes who are still relevant and popular today.