Ukraine Is Making Nationalism Great Again

Liberationist nationalism has returned to the streets, this time as democracy’s grand ally

Yuli Tamir.
Yuli Tamir
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Yuli Tamir.
Yuli Tamir

Patriotism is back: Readiness to sacrifice oneself for the homeland is fashionable now. It’s the brave and honest thing to do. We struggle for our community – honoring the past, for the sake of the future, say young people in the streets of Ukraine. Europe applauds them, embarrassing the power of nations to defend their rights.

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