National conservatism is a term used for conservatives who emphasize issues related to nationalism and sovereignty.
National conservatives strongly oppose immigration, and they support maintaining national sovereignty over globalism. They also support social conservative and traditional values, particularly with regard to religion, culture, and ethnicity; and if in Europe, they are strongly Euroskeptic. National conservatives do not have a common stance on economic policy, likely due to them having less interest in that area, and they can range anywhere between socialist economics and the free market.
National conservatism can be compared to right-wing populism. It is also very similar ideologically to paleoconservatism.