And they call it patriotism.
Those who want to deradicalize the Republican Party and defeat Trump need to figure out which played the bigger role.
The ruling party’s inability to come to terms with Poland’s past is hurting its relations with the rest of Europe.
The nationalist insurgency is eating away at free trade and eroding democratic institutions and norms.
Neither side is in the majority, but the conflict between them should worry us all.
Fear of losing power and status created the alliances that voted for Brexit, European populism and Donald Trump.
The nationalists have raised social spending and portray their opponents as either corrupt or fanatical.
Denied more autonomy by Madrid and Baghdad, the two minorities push for votes on independence.
That would mean emphasizing social, as opposed to economic, issues and learning to leave with the EU.
Marine Le Pen’s appeal has deep, historical roots in the country that invented the European nation state.