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Beyond Globalization and Ethno-religious Fundamentalism

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The increase in political violence since September 11 2001 is destabilizing the global social order, intensifying the global security crisis. Asoka Bandarage argues that this situation must be treated not just as a reflection of primordial hatreds which can only be dealt with greater aggression and violence. To deal seriously with the threats represented by ethno-religious extremism, it is necessary to understand their attraction to disaffected social groups around the world. She suggests that it is important to discuss ethno-religious mobilization in relation to corporate-led globalization and to look for solutions within a new global ecological and ethical framework.Development (2004) 47, 35–41. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100007
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2004

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