Alex Nowrasteh of the Cato Institute provides what may be the best short summary of the evils of nationalism.
Should Americans support nationalism? National Review's Rich Lowry debates the Cato Institute's Alex Nowrasteh.
And their team wanted nothing to do with politics.
Nationalism, not Hostility Towards Elites, is the Main Divide Between Libertarians and the "New Right"
Despite Tyler Cowen's argument for the elite theory, the real divisions have much more to do with the New Right's nationalism.
Big-government conservatives underperformed across the country.
An interview between President Joe Biden and social media star Dylan Mulvaney offer a lesson in mutual forbearance.
Vladimir Putin's annexation plan is indefensible on both legal and moral grounds. Some of the reasons why have broader implications for normative theories of secession and self-determination.
It's far too easy to find glowing descriptions of Putin on the nationalist right. Even some libertarians are making excuses for Russia's invasion. They should stop.
Hungary's Viktor Orbán becomes the latest Kremlin crony to break ranks.
As exciting as it may sound to grab power and vanquish enemies, the only way to save America is to recommit to its original principles.
Authoritarians see masculinity as so fragile that it needs to be reinforced by the state.
The two are idolizing the wrong models.
We should prefer drag queens in libraries over despots in the government.
Their letter to Congress warns about inevitable abuses against religious and racial minorities.
It is often argued that we need to restrict immigration in order to protect democratic institutions. But ethno-nationalist immigration restrictionists are a much bigger threat to those institutions than immigrants.
Via a SuperPAC, Thiel is promoting conservative nationalism via the former Kansas secretary of state and current U.S. Senate contender.
Philosopher Aeon Skoble provides a helpful explanation.
Protectionism is now infecting the GOP to a degree that may be difficult to eradicate when the Trump era ends.
One of the internet's most prominent libertarian blogs ends its run. But many of the contributors will continue write elsewhere.
Buttigieg doesn't realize that using the blunt force of government to forge national unity will forever disappoint.
The Dispatch senior editor on the value of liberalism and the problems with the new nationalist right
Hungary's Viktor Orbán consolidates power, Harvard's Adrian Vermeule fantasizes about wielding it, and many of those who oppose authoritarian conservativism beg Donald Trump to close the country down.
It will empower the state and will divide rather than unite Americans.
Why the 70th Anniversary of the Establishment of the People's Republic of China Should be a Day of Mourning
The PRC committed the biggest mass murder in the history of the world, and numerous other atrocities and human rights violations, some of which go on at this very moment.
The El Paso shooter's combination of anti-capitalism, bigotry, and xenophobic nationalism highlights the dangers of zero-sum thinking on left and right. His worldview resembles that of the perpetrator of a similar attack in New Zealand earlier this year. Sadly, these ideas are not confined to a few extremists.
The debate over Donald Trump's "go back" tweets regarding four minority Democratic members of Congress has centered on the unmistakably bigoted words that he wrote, but has missed the deeper point.
What does it mean to be an American, and what do individuals owe to the country in which they live?
His case reminds us that the misuse of government power is still the biggest threat to liberty.
If big government is the price of "good outcomes," the American right is increasingly willing to pay it.
The Declaration of Independence advocates a polity based on universal principles of liberty and equality, not ethnic nationalism. We would do well to remember those principles today.