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Sub-National Identities and National Integration

Sub-National Identities and National Integration Balraj Puri MOST multi-cultural nations of the the old and new world are today confronted with the problem of integration. The diversities within them are mostly based on religion, race, colour, language and region. Even a common political ideology and a one-party state have not been able to curb the rise of regional nationalism. Outstand- in, examples of this phenomenon are found in reassertion of local nationalism in Soviet Russia and Yugoslavia.

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