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#Nationalism

# nationalism - Wednesday 20 March, 2019

Jacinda Ardern calls for global fight against racism and right-wing extremism

The main suspect in last week’s terror attack made a white power gesture as he appeared in court.

# nationalism - Friday 25 January, 2019

After years of dispute, Greece ratifies new name deal with Macedonia

Greek media polls show a majority of respondents are against the change

# nationalism - Monday 23 October, 2017

Opinion: 'Our indifference to our flag and anthem is actually healthy'

Placing legislative restrictions on how our anthem is used would be an unnecessary limitation on our freedom of expression, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

# nationalism - Sunday 23 April, 2017

"It is time to liberate the French people" - Le Pen is through to the final round in the presidential election

Pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron has topped the poll, followed by Marine Le Pen, in one of the most closely-fought presidential battles France has seen.

# nationalism - Saturday 8 April, 2017

'Irish people have a hunger to make a difference in the world'

28 ‘global citizens’ are being honoured in Dublin today.

# nationalism - Friday 17 March, 2017

Julien Mercille: 'We should transform Paddy's Day into a people’s celebration, that's not about blind patriotism'

If we created an alternative and more inclusive Paddy’s Day, it might even change the country for the better, writes Julien Mercille.

# nationalism - Thursday 9 March, 2017

Opinion: 'To say Britishness is authentic, while denying Irishness is quaffing one’s own Kool-Aid too deeply'

Melanie Phillips tried to use history to delegitimise the nationalist aspirations of Sinn Féin and the Scottish Nationalist Party, writes Caoimhin De Barra.

# nationalism - Thursday 12 May, 2016

From The42 'It is wrong' - World Rugby vice-chairman slams three-year residency rule Debate

'It is wrong' - World Rugby vice-chairman slams three-year residency rule

Agustín Pichot says a change is required to international eligibility laws.

# nationalism - Monday 14 December, 2015

France's far-right National Front fail to take a single region after storming first round of voting

The National Front party received its biggest ever share of the vote but was beaten out by traditional parties.

# nationalism - Sunday 15 December, 2013

Some Swiss looking to replace national anthem

The current anthem, Swiss Psalm, is “a mix between a weather report and a psalm”, say critics.

# nationalism - Friday 21 June, 2013

Column: Why scapegoat the most vulnerable to protect the most powerful?

Immigrants have become the new enemy, writes Bobby Gilmore – who says if we are not careful protectionism, extreme nationalism, racism, ethno-centrism and exclusion will prevail in Europe.

# nationalism - Saturday 13 April, 2013

'Desperate' Ireland wanted Britain to send NATO troops to Northern Ireland

A Wikileaks cable reveals that Garret FitzGerald asked the United States not to oppose any British reassignment of troops.

# nationalism - Wednesday 16 January, 2013

Column: The Irish Government must help end the flag protests

The issue in the North over flying the Union Jack requires quiet diplomacy, not grandstanding or lecturing. It’s in everyone’s interest that Dublin help broker a deal, writes Michael Anderson.

# nationalism - Tuesday 18 December, 2012

Column: Why are loyalists so angry about a flag?

The furious protests in Belfast are born primarily of the hurt of abandonment, writes Michael Anderson.

# nationalism - Monday 21 May, 2012

Column: National pride or bald-faced bigotry? Maybe neither, or both.

Being proud to be Irish is sometime looked on as a social gaffe, writes Lisa McInerney, but that’s not always fair… and it’s not always the best way to figure out who really is racist…

# nationalism - Friday 27 April, 2012

Column: ‘Listening to a dull speech in Stormont was the happiest day of my life’

Senator George Mitchell, who oversaw the negotiation of the Good Friday Agreement, recounts his experiences planting the first seeds of peace.

# nationalism - Wednesday 18 January, 2012

New £2m fund to bring down Belfast's 'peace walls'

An independent international fund is putting up £2m to bring about the conditions allowing Northern Ireland’s ‘peace walls’ to fall.