Nationalism and Internationalism in Liberalism, Marxism and Islam

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IIIT, 1991 - Communism - 106 pages
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 The Western World is moving beyond the confines of nation-states and towards the formation of a supra-national community. The Marxist World, threatened by ethno-national movements with disintegration, is going through a basic transformation and is in process of liberating itself from its intellectual legacy. The Muslim World is caught up between two trends: loyalty to the nation-state and to the wider loyalty of the ummah. The cold war is over, and yet- thanks to the clash of ideas and the conflict of ethnic and national loyalties- the world might be heading for a major re-shaping of its political map.

This study seeks to come into grips with the dilemma of nationalism versus internationalism in three major traditions of the world – liberalism, Marxism and Islam. The work underscores the necessity of a genuine international understanding and dialogue as a necessary step towards building a more peaceful world order.

 

 

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