Divergence and Convergence in the Nation State: The Roles in Religion and Migration

Ahsan Ullah Akm
Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS), The American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt

Series: Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment, Social Issues, Justice and Status
BISAC: SOC039000



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This book encompasses a host of issues of human mobility that has been taking place since the time immemorial. Livelihoods one upon a time would lead humans to certain directions, and at some point of history colonialism gave a different shape of human mobility over the globe. Then after, economic consideration came to the fore as primary driver for such mobility. Global economy and global politics created over the last centuries competitions over land, over water, over oil, over influence, over dominance, and power. This book comprises broadly three areas of refugee studies: the drivers; their rights and humanitarianism; trafficking and response of different policies. (Imprint: Nova)




Chapter 1. Introduction: Migration, Religion, and Nation State

Chapter 2. Religion, Politics and Dichotomy

Chapter 3. Religion in Politics and Geo-Politics

Chapter 4. Ethnicity and Nation State

Chapter 5. Divergence and Convergence within Religion

Chapter 6. Colonies, Cash and Human Migration

Chapter 7. Some Reviews and Discussions



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