Does Nationalism Leave Room for Minorities?

All over the world, we see separations between the cultural and religious norms of the subnational minorities within a country and the generally accepted cultural/religious norms which we might argue constitute national sentiment (of course, this is an overly simplified account of national sentiment, but it gets us some way there). All we need to do is look across the pond to America, where the xenophobic rhetoric and policy wishes of Donald Trump, stemming from a desire to ‘Make America great again’, to find empirical evidence of Nationalism failing to accommodate for subnational pluralism. The question remains, however; does it […]

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