The European-American divide has deep emotional roots and triggers the sensitive issue of European honor.
R.R. Reno, editor of First Things, debates Charles C.W. Cooke, editor of National Review Online.
"Four years ago, Trump won in the 'Rust Belt states' of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania...But he lost all of them this year," the state-run Global Times outlet wrote Monday.
Newsweek airs a blockbuster Debate about the big lesson to take away from the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents of Ferndale, Washington found white supremacist flyers in the downtown area, presumably connected to the recent installation of a #NoHate sculpture at a local high school.
President Donald Trump touted the benefits of "nationalism" Saturday while promoting a book that calls for Americans to return to a nationalist mindset in order to make the United States strong again.
The leader of France's far-right National Rally party attacked an American investment firm over its bid to control a French aeronautics company.
Swedish Democrats on Skurup City Council have proposed banning bilingual students from speaking other languages during class and break to promote "faster integration."
As India's prime minister strengthens his grip on power, Newsweek looks at his similarities with President Donald Trump.
Matteo Salvini, Italy's far-right deputy prime minister, decried the "bestiality" of the arson suspect, a minor from Morocco, in incendiary Facebook posts.
"Republicans were successful at turning the hearing into a kind of mess with Candace Owens and Morton Klein."
The New Zealand shooter declared that he supported President Trump "as a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose."
The anti-semitic demonstration by Polish nationalists in New York is a stain on a legacy of Polish solidarity with the Americas, a legacy grounded in Polish soldiers crossing lines to fight for the Haitian revolution.
Some protesters carried anti-Semitic placards touting Holocaust denial conspiracy theories.
"Nationalism is now forbidden, will Faceberg ban all sites supporting the ethnostate of Israel, and Jewish nationalist and 'internationalist' orgs?'"
"I don't really. I think it's a small group of people that have very, very serious problems. It's certainly a terrible thing," Trump told reporters on Friday when asked about the rising threat of white nationalism around the world.
Rep. Omar's tweet was deeply regrettable and she was right to apologize. But the call for her resignation from a president who's party is dominated by white nationalists is clearly in bad faith.
"He was a national socialist. But if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, OK, fine. The problem is that he wanted, he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize."
When the Veterans Affairs chief diversity officer urged the agency to denounce the "repugnant display of hate and bigotry" in Charlottesville, a White House appointee told her to stand down.
The German chancellor's support of French President Emmanuel Macron's calls for a unified European force came as U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the idea, mocking France's loss to the Nazis in World War II.
"It doesn't matter if those who don't believe in multilateralism aren't there," a French official said.
With nationalism spreading in Europe and allies weakened or gone, France's Emmanuel Macron is the only leader fighting freely for the ideals that established the European Union. Will the same threats undo him too?