January 26, 2018 The Washington Post
Prerna Singh, assistant professor of political science, in The Washington Post, "...national attachment is central not just to the functioning of political institutions but also to the very structure of society. At the individual level, nationalism fulfills a basic psychological need to belong — it gives people a sense of security and status."
Nationalism can have its good points. Really. (written by Prerna Singh) – The Washington Post