This panel invites proposals related to reconciliation, both in theory and in practice. Since the end of the Cold War, nationalism has increased nationalistic tendencies, at times leading to the disintegration of states. In other cases, older grievances are exploited by nationalist politicians to gain points on the domestic scene. The expansion of alliances and international cooperation on pressing issues such as climate change, regional security, and migration are hindered by lingering bad feelings that affect both politicians at the top levels as well as domestic audiences. This panel invites papers connecting these debates from a diversity of regions to find common themes and encourage cross-regional comparison.