The Christmas story suggests that we can somehow try to be loyal members of our nations, our families, our tribes—and to reach out to the broader human community of which we are also a part.
Walter Russell MeadJanuary 1, 2020
Little progress can be made toward improving the human condition of migrants without acknowledging the central role of the nation-state.
Mark AmstutzOctober 11, 2019
The very idea of the American nation-state seems to be losing its importance. In its stead, Americans have unfortunately moved toward cosmopolitanism and—for millennials especially—identity politics.
Alexandra NieuwsmaJanuary 24, 2019
Cosmopolitanism can be a particularly pernicious temptation because it invites us to love the idealized reality of humanity above our actual flesh and blood neighbors who live next door.
Daniel StrandMay 29, 2018
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