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By Zaki Laidi

This subtle publication through across the world well known theorist Zaki Laidi, tackles the matter of person identification in a swiftly altering international political setting. He argues that it truly is more and more difficult to discover that means in our ever-expanding international, specifically after the cave in of political ideologies resembling communism.
With the breakup of nations corresponding to the previous Yugoslavia, it's transparent that individuals at the moment are seeking to previous types like nationalism and ethnicity to assist them forge an identification. yet how powerful are those previous certainties in a globalized international in an everlasting nation of flux?

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