Posts Tagged ‘anti-nationalism’

An excellent post at History is Made at Night, which I recommend highly. Here’s some extracts, but you’ll want to read the whole thing. A global economic crisis is leading to global austerity – yet paradoxically in places at the sharp end populist nationalism is resurgent amidst the demonstrations and riots. A recent survey of the […]


I think I have linked once or twice recently to the Wine and Cheese Appreciation Society of Greater London, the UK offshoot of Junge Link. Junge Link (strapline: against capital and nation) are part of the German “anti-nationalist” movement that emerged from (and partly against) the anti-German movement. I think I’ve already featured their text […]