While an advanced democratic system may eventually achieve some form of social, economic and political equilibrium between majority and minority ethnic interests, this may be extremely difficult to attain at the early stages of democratic institution-building.
Vokkaligas in Karnataka and Vellalas in Tamil Nadu. Suddenly, class divisions are back in the limelight. Sadly, they speak for those Europeans who have lost faith in more moderate or mainstream political parties, 13 who are disoriented by post-communist upheavals and who fear interlopers from other countries and other cultures.
Naomi Black and A. The other development has its origins in the increase in international migration as a result of global economic and political developments. The discursive figure of the modern Indian woman, once the signifier of national cultural difference, was now rearticulated in the discourse of liberal feminism as the model for the citizen of a new nation-state.
The "deep freeze" effect: This permitted common individuals to engage the British in revolution, without employing violence or other distasteful means.
Search for Raw Materials, esp. In fact, aspects of such a development can be witnessed in certain republics of the former Soviet Union where the transition to democratic rule has paradoxically been accompanied by a drive to create "ethnically pure" states.
However, after anti-colonial movements began to challenge the Empire. With the emergence of the modern press, both English and Vernacular, the latter half of the 19th century saw an unprecedented growth of Indian-owned English and Vernacular newspapers.
By the s, historians such as David K. Internally, one could describe as nationalist actions taken by the state against specific groups or individuals amounting to a denial of cultural pluralism and justified on grounds of the anti- or un-national "unpatriotic" character of those groups or individuals e.
I remain indebted in my own work to Jha's pioneering study of the connections between Mayo and the official British propaganda machine; see Katherine Mayo and India. Thus, the primary and real originality of Indian nationalism, according to Chatterjee, lay in the cultural project of fashioning an inner identity where the "dif- ference" and autonomy of the nation could be located.
A similar trend followed the creation of nation states after the collapse of the multinational Russian, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires in the aftermath of World War I. Its precise meaning continues to be debated by scholars.
The Philippines cost the United States much more than expected because of military action against rebels. Conclusion As will be clear from the preceding analysis, nationalism has assumed a multitude of forms, both historically and in the contemporary era, most of which are generally related, directly or indirectly, to the policy or performance of the central state.
Hence the paradoxical qualities of nationalism in its modern historical expression reside in the fact that it has served several conflicting purposes.
Within the con- tours of a reconstituted Indian nationalism, then, the critique of the Self-Respect movement was either rendered invisible or rnis- understood as simply pro-imperialist.
Jan 05, · Six months into his post, India's Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi appears to be facing his worst nemesis, the resurgence of militant, chauvinistic and violent Hindu nationalism.
It is ironic. Refashioning Mother India: Feminism and Nationalism in Late-Colonial India. by Mrinalini Sinha. REFASHIONING MOTHER INDIA: FEMINISM AND NATIONALISM IN LATE-COLONIAL INDIA was the redeployment of the "woman question" in the ideological battle between British colonialism and Indian nationalism.
Hitherto the ideological justi- fication of. Colonialism vs. imperialism. Imperial powers in A portrayal of New Imperialism and its effects on China.
Stephen Howe, while generally hostile to empires, Adria K. Imperial Rule and the Politics of Nationalism: Anti-Colonial Protest in the French Empire (Cambridge UP, ).
Contemporary scholarly accounts of colonialism, for example, have plenty to say about the way in which the British rationalized their possession of empire as a way of bringing liberalism and democracy to India.
The Effects of the Second World War nationalism among British subject peoples during the Second World War. India, in particular, proved to be increasingly restive for British administrators as the ascetic fearing that a Muslim backlash against British rule could.
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