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Running head: BREXIT: THE RISE OF NATIONALISM 1 On the morning of June 24, 2016, Britons awoke to some startling news ? they had voted

 

for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. This vote, along with others around the

 

world, signalled the rise of a new nationalism ? the belief that one?s own country is superior to

 

others ? with global implications.

 

This paper will discuss two of the main reasons for the Brexit result. First, the perceived

 

need among citizens to retreat to more protectionist trade policies, and how trade protectionism

 

is affecting existing or soon-to-be implemented trade deals between nations. Second, the rise of

 

anti-immigration/anti-terrorism policies, and view how terrorism and immigration are perceived

 

to be linked. It is in the latter part of this paper that the rise of individuals and parties with antiimmigration and strong anti-terrorism policies will be discussed.

 

Regarding trade protectionism (the idea of halting all free-trade and lower tariff trade

 

agreements between countries), citizens have come to believe that free trade (trade in which

 

tariffs and duties are reduced or eliminated) between countries is causing corporations to send

 

jobs ? that they believe could be done in their own country ? to other nations. President-elect

 

Donald Trump has indicated his intention to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

 

on his first day in office. The TPP is a trade deal between North American nation and Asian

 

countries such as Japan, South Korea and the Philippines. Details of this deal have not been

 

public which is likely one of the reasons Trump was elected ? no one wants to vote for a trade

 

deal they cannot see. Additionally, according to Trump, the North American Free Trade

 

agreement (NAFTA) may possibly be scrapped and replaced by an agreement that better benefits

 

the United States. The Brexit (that is, the decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European

 

Union) will result in lasting trade consequences for both the United Kingdom and the European BREXIT: THE RISE OF NATIONALISM 2 Union. As of September 2016, ?the value of exports (EU and Non-EU) increased to £25.5

 

billion.? (HM Revenue & Customs, 2016, n.p.). These exports from Britain to the EU (European

 

Union) will likely drop and will most certainly be subject to tariff and duties now that the UK

 

has chosen to leave the European Union. Whatever duties and tariffs replace the free trade

 

between the two entities, it will most certainly make an economic impact on both.

 

Russia, too, is adopting a trade protectionist policy. Since the United States and Europe

 

imposed trade sanctions on Russia at the beginning of the Ukrainian Crisis in 2014, Russians

 

have found themselves with labels on products promoting Russian-made goods; a bear roars

 

before the flags of the United States and the EU.

 

But the rise of nationalism around the globe is also driven by a fierce anti-immigration

 

and anti-terrorism policy. The logic of the anti-immigration voters goes something like this:

 

Muslims are terrorists, Muslims are coming to our country; therefore, terrorists are coming to our

 

country. This anti-immigration / anti-terrorism belief has risen in multiple countries.

 

Brexit reflected the rise of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party), which

 

campaigns heavily on the concept that immigration is killing British culture and inviting

 

terrorists into the country. Even the LSE commission on the future of Britain in Europe concedes

 

that Brexit will reduce net immigration to the UK (Begg, I & Featherstone, K., 2016).

 

UKIP?s popularity rose from 3.1% of votes in the 2010 election to 12.6% (the country?s

 

third most powerful party in terms of vote) in the 2015 general election.

 

In the United States, the story is much the same. Now President-elect Donald Trump

 

campaigned on promises of closing borders to Muslim immigrants and refugees and ? at one

 

point during the campaign ? even suggested that he might evict all Muslims from the country if BREXIT: THE RISE OF NATIONALISM 3 elected. These policies swept him to power in one of the most unexpected election victories in

 

history.

 

In France, Marine LePen of the National Front, a right-wing French nationalist party that

 

was formerly considered a fringe party (a party that only appeals to a minority of voters), is

 

leading the polls heading into the 2017 French general presidential election. It has been said by

 

some news outlets that the 2017 election is LePen?s election to lose, and that ? barring some

 

catastrophic scandal ? she could win the French presidency on the first ballot (RT, 2016).

 

And even in Germany, nationalism is on the rise. Chancellor Angela Merkel, the chief

 

architect of the open-borders policy toward refugees fleeing to Europe, has seen her Christian

 

Democratic Union (CDU) party face falling public opinion against the rise of right-wing

 

nationalist parties such as Alternative for Germany (AfD). According to INSA polls in Germany,

 

as of November 22, 2016, the CDU held 31.5% of public support while AfD held 15%. This is

 

staggering considering that on August 26, 2013, the CDU was supported by 39% of voters while

 

the then-fringe party AfD held the confidence of only 1% of Germans surveyed (Cantow, 2016).

 

The rise of nationalism, anti-terror, anti-immigration, and trade protectionist policies is

 

truly on the rise globally. From the Unites States to Britain, France to Germany, voters are

 

choosing to reject immigration, free-trade, and anti-terror policies and embrace nationalism.

 


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