Why are so many countries suddenly nationalistic?

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Drivers of nationalism include a slow economic recovery, an increase in people displaced across borders, and anxiety about terrorism, according to Harun Onder, an economist at the World Bank. Another factor, which is perhaps not as appreciated, is age. Many rich nations are in the grips of a big demographic shift towards older populations, and aging populations experience economic pressures that can lead to more nationalistic tendencies.

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