Globalisation and Identity provides insights into the interplay between globalisation and identity from Indian and Russian perspectives. The authors use theoretical and empirical methods to examine several interconnected, diverse issues. Among the issues examined are local, national and international narratives on globalisation and identity, citizenship, pluralism and separatism, and economic and religious issues vis-à-vis globalisation.
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Dr Uma Purushothaman teaches International Relations at the Central University of Kerala. She was earlier associated with Observer Research Foundation. Her areas of interest include ...Read More +