ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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The Post-September 11 Crisis in International Relations and the State of Multicultural Societies

The "scourge" of cultural wars are but the progeny of the vicissitudes of the capitalist system. If Islamic fundamentalism is the aggrieved prey and a reaction to a brazen capitalist system represented by neoliberalism, Hindu fundamentalism, represented by Hindutva, is an effervescent by-product of the same order. The weaknesses of alternate movements against capitalism and their inability to achieve a more equitable and fair order have seen the continuation of a system that has only furthered decadence and strife. That is notwithstanding the message of triumphalism and trumpeting of the western conception of multiculturalism by those who defend the order.

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