A survey shows that candidates who exploited populism in one way or the other during the first round of the French presidential election captured about half of the vote.
In 1960, historian Ken Inglis wondered if Anzac functioned as a secular religion in Australian society. In 2017, we can confidently answer: yes, it does.
Le Pen and Macron offer two totally different visions for France’s future and its relationship to Europe.
François Hollande promised to make France’s youth a priority, but was a disappointment to them. While current candidates often showcase young supporters, will they have a voice after the election?
Those on the far right already worry about finite resources and protecting traditional culture, and they see the natural landscape as a big part of national identity.
While Costa Ricans pride their country for being an oasis of stability in Latin America, the nation has struggled with restrictive laws and social attitudes toward immigrants from Nicaragua.
Contemporary television is replete with gruesome tests of survival, charting our obsession with what modern man has lost.
Rather than questioning the rule of law in Turkey, European leaders should look at ultra-nationalism in their own countries.
Proponents of inward-looking politics have demonstrated an impressive capacity to exploit the globalisation of the political sphere.
The far-right candidate has published a 144-point plan for her proposed presidency.
Imagine a world in which the people of California and London shared common citizenship but needed a visa to go to Florida or Cornwall.
In reelection bid, Merkel's not just up against a xenophobic, nationalist party in Germany. In the wake of Trump’s election, liberal democracies around the world hope she'll defend them, too.
Financial crises and soaring inequality fueled the populist backlashes that threaten neoliberalism's core principles of free markets and free people. The world needs a new narrative to counteract it.
An academic who has studied the American far right explores whether the alt-right can become a sustained political force.
The countries ripped apart by the Yugoslav wars have seen this kind of nationalism before.
Do these tumultuous times also mean the end of Bond as we know it?
The US election confirmed the death of an extraordinary economic era. Now, control of the next must be wrested from the emboldened nationalists.
Are music bans in India and Pakistan an appropriation of art and performances by nationalist imperatives?
While the citizens of the capital protest against their president, everyone else hails him as their saviour.
If our politicians are really concerned about the future, they've got a funny way of talking about it.