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3 Sep
By stirring up nationalistic sentiment, Beijing wants to create a social echo chamber in China where there is no space for alternative voices, say experts.
1 Nov 2021
Cricket in Pakistan has become about politics and religion, with narratives like "avenging" the "mistreatment" of Muslims by defeating the Indian team, or "teaching a lesson" to New Zealand for walking away from a match.
27 Jan 2021
The risk of vaccine nationalism is a moral quandry - that could also have huge economic consequences. A new report from the International Chamber of Commerce says the unequal distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine could cost the global economy 9 trillion dollars. John Denton, Secretary General of the ICC, says supporting equitable distribution of vaccines is not an act of charity - "it's absolutely economic common sense."
22 Dec 2019
Brexit, nationalism and record diversity: The UK election has thrown up a heady mix of historic topics for the new Parliament. What five things should you watch out for during lawmakers' inaugural week?
17 Dec 2019
German President Steinmeier has warned against forgetting the lessons learned from "unbridled nationalism." Germany stands by its responsibility for the war, Steinmeier said at the 75th anniversary of the pivotal battle.
17 Nov 2019
Despite rising populism and nationalism worldwide, historian Francis Fukuyama told DW there is hope for liberal democracy. Thirty years after the Berlin Wall fell, "this desire for life in a freer society still exists."
5 Apr 2019
LULAC Chief Executive Officer Sindy Benavides, Caesars Entertainment Executive Vice-President for Corporate Responsibility and Public Policy Jan Jones Blackhurst, and National Immigration Forum Executive Director Ali Noorani speak with Bloomberg’s Jackie Simmons at the Bloomberg Equality Summit in New York.

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