I don't know, that still sounds largely close to the mainstream consensus and dogma that you are not supposed to question.
Look at the pictures I posted, it's very often at least from what you can gleam outside of the country that there are at least some positive feelings towards America. Japan and China have never really gotten along, and they themselves have publicly said to have gone nationalists because of problems with too much immigration. (which again, no one will admit to how extreme it truly is, or have an open and honest discussion about such things) whilst they are obviously not comfortable with Globalism. They even have deals with America in that if Japan was ever under attack or in danger then America would have to defend them. Britain wanted to break off from the European Union for similar reasons. All of these countries did. Japan has been doing business with America (like they always have) but are starting joint ventures together especially because of Trumps new administration, or whatever it's called.(his presidency)
And the thing with Russia and Ukraine is completely different then this whole nationalism versus globalism affair. Even as far as Canada goes, at least part of it is wanting to do the same thing. Quebec is nationalist as well and as always had a desire to go separatist from the rest of Canada for various different reasons like the above mentioned countries. I've actually been there and it's one of the most tolerant places in Canada, and it doesn't have problems with gentrification or anything either. Oddly enough, the mainstream Canadian media likes to bash Quebec all of the time and say how horrible it is, but real life is different then whatever the media likes to publish. Especially now. Have fun with globalism guys. It's a little too similar to be a coincidence and since "globalism" (literally globalism" is effecting the entire world, then I am sure that the nationalist trend is related as well to this very fact. It's ironic because you can be globally integrated and still not "Globalist" but I guess that if worker wages went up then we would all get less of a piece of the pie and we can't do that can we? and heaven forbid no one would want to pay taxes, so let's pretend like we're benevolent and liberal but then all the while slowly raise the prices of housing, rent, real estate and everything else but then do under the table deals with people we like only
But even though we're liberals, it's just that we're all oddly rich because we're business mogels and capitalist is the only way to go, like how everyone in America who voted for trump lives in the rust belt and smokes meth and is a horrid redneck. It's also fun to see how conservative/liberal alibi seemingly overlaps in such a way that you cannot really tell the difference between them whilst all dissent and diverging views or opinions seem to be missing from the mainstream radio
but everything's so shiny and happy on the outset, nothing could ever be wrong