We’ve taken a break for a few weeks, but here’s a roundup of some of the more interesting news on nationalism and ethnicity that we’ve found on the web this week:
- The Independent (13/04/14) reports that the Russian version Google Maps has already recorded the Crimea region as being part of Russia.
- The Montreal Gazette (12/04/14) provides a timeline of Quebec nationalism through notable quotes.
- BBC News (12/04/14) features a history of the Scottish National Party, which became an octogenarian this month.
- WHQR Radio (10/04/14) provides a glimpse into life in Perewalsk, a Ukrainian town on the Russian border, and the mixed feelings of nationalism in which locals feel.
- The New York Times (09/04/14) explores the evidence which supports the argument that the British Government has increasingly revoked the citizenship of those it deems as terrorists.
- Stanford News (04/04/14) features an article which argues that nationalism still endures in the U.S. and Asia in their historical memories of the Second World War.
News compiled by Karen Seegobin.
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