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Who’s Really Afraid of Nationalism?

Yoram Hazony has written a polemic against what he perceives as the conventional wisdom—a refutation of the “paradigm of the European liberals” for whom the European Union is the highest stage of political excellence.

  • Michael Kimmage
  • The National Interest

Yoram Hazony, The Virtue of Nationalism, (New York: Basic Books, 2018), 273 pp., $26.99.

Parad 2bIt was the best of times in Europe, in the 1990s, and it was the worst of times in Russia.

The Soviet Union had ignominiously collapsed in 1991.

Its outer satellites, the former Warsaw Pact nations, rushed as quickly to the West as they could.

The Baltic countries, each an…

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