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22 Nov, 2022 06:39

Nationalism Debate, Part 1 – Politics


America has made ‘nationalism’ a bad word. Putting your own country first is being demonized, even though that is the foundation upon which the country was built. Organizations such as NATO and the WHO are leading the world down a very familiar path, possibly to WWIII. Meanwhile, China is putting itself first and seeing its country grow. Switzerland refuses to become involved in world affairs. We look at which countries are thriving as they adopt a bit of nationalism. Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by Robert Ross, professor of political science at Boston College, and Richard Wolff, professor emeritus of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to discuss on this episode of the 360 View.