Nationalism

Rising nationalism a test for Liberals

The perception of a government that rules for the interests of the wealthy, or the ruling party, has stoked a backlash against globalism in Europe and the United States.

Donald Trump was elected president on the back of a campaign that relied on nationalist rhetoric, a trend that has spread across the democratic world over the past few years. Photograph courtesy of Matthew McBain and Devin Dreeshen

By PAUL WELLS

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 12:00 AM

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