The Resurgence of Radical Nationalism in the South Atlantic: a working paper

“We here take a closer look at these radical nationalisms and the challenges which they
face. For besides being in urgent need of solidarity, their predicament raises universal questions regarding the ways and means of delinking in the course of systemic transition. These radical nationalisms have notable differences between them, but they are essentially similar in that they have re-politicised economics, racial inequalities, regional asymmetries, and North-South relations. In this sense, they are clearly anti-systemic and worthy of solidarity. At the same time, none has obtained the ideological and programmatic clarity
necessary to fulfil its ends. Despite their radicalism, they remain essentially populist.”