Nightcap

  1. The Use of Knowledge in Society F.A. Hayek, American Economic Review
  2. On conservative nationalism and foreign policy Emma Ashford, War on the Rocks
  3. Europe’s ‘solidarity’ crumbles in the face of a crisis Kai Weiss, CapX
  4. Bigger Brother: surveillance capitalism Tim Wu, New York Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. What holds China together? Ian Johnson, ChinaFiles
  2. Bernie Sanders was wrong about America Conor Friedersdorf, Atlantic
  3. Assessing the problems caused by the creation of America Mark Spencer, TLS
  4. Should we ration coronavirus testing by price? Tyler Cowen, MR

Nightcap

  1. The inverted anthropologist Arnold Kling, askblog
  2. Dishonesty is a core nationalist value Scott Sumner, EconLog
  3. What does the superhero craze say about our own times? Iwan Rhys Morus, Aeon
  4. The ant queen is not actually a central planner.” Rick Weber, NOL

Nightcap

  1. Faith in a time of fascism Markus Weidler, Age of Revolutions
  2. Nation-building Alesina & Reich, NBER
  3. The hierarchy of human activity Finn Bowring, TLS
  4. Is it okay to have children? Meehan Crist, LRB

Nightcap

  1. If you want to be welcome, do not demand entry Natalie Solent, Samizdata
  2. US regionalism and nationalism: the case of the Midwest Halvorson & Reno, Fieldsites
  3. Heterogeneous drivers of heterogeneous populism Colantone & Stanig, VoxEU
  4. How talk of witches stirs emotions in Nigeria Adaobi Nwaubani, BBC

Nightcap

  1. California’s fires (no mention of “property rights”) Claire McEachern, LARB
  2. Nationalism is not always the enemy of liberalism Asle Toje, American Interest
  3. Universal Love, said the Cactus Person Scott Alexander, Slate Star Codex
  4. Great list of recent low budget sci-fi flicks Nick Nielsen, Grand Strategy Annex

Nightcap

  1. Thanksgiving, Native Americans, and land theft Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg
  2. How to get through the “nationalism” minefield Steven Hayward, Law & Liberty
  3. Rioters of Hong Kong, champions of democracy Martine Bulard, Le Monde diplomatique
  4. There is no deep state Scott Sumner, EconLog