Fareed Zakaria explores the rise of a dark and troubling kind of nationalism. 

There is, of course, a healthy nationalism that has often been part of the expansion of liberty and democracy. Britons and Americans take pride that their countries embody values they hold dear. Poles and now Ukrainians take pride in their struggles for independence and success. But today we seem to be witnessing mostly a different kind of nationalism, based on fear, insecurity and anxiety. And, as the philosopher Isaiah Berlin has noted, like a bent twig, this kind of nationalism always springs back with a vengeance.
— Fareed Zakaria

Read the full article at The Washington Post: Identity, not ideology, is moving the world by Fareed Zakaria