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Refugees and the Future World: Fuelling conflict of Ethnicities?
Refugees and the Future World: Fuelling conflict of Ethnicities?

Author(s): Md. Rajin Makhdum Khan, Faizah Imam
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Essay|Book Review |Scientific Life
Published by: Scientia Moralitas Research Institute
Keywords: Refugees; Influx; Ethnicity; Migration; Conflict; Nations; Clash
Summary/Abstract: This dissertation focuses on identifying the nature of the future world in respect to the advent of extended number of refugees. Refugee migration and crisis in outside the original countries owing to a deluge of refugees is an important phenomenon happening throughout the world currently. With the case study analysis of current refugee migration events in Asia, Middle East, Africa and the Americas, the paper tries to find out the future nature of the smallest unit of analysis for a long time – nation state. All features of economic, religious, ethnicand cultural aspects taking into account, the core argument centers around whether the influx of refugees into outer or neighbor countries is increasing the possibilityof ethnic conflict through out the world making the future world a world full offeuds and conflicts. The dissertation also tries to find out the true aspects of Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations theory and if the theory is going to be signifiedin a future world full of feuds and conflicts. With historical and contemporary analysis of the various cases of refugee influx, the paper also tries to measure the economic consequences of refugee migration and influx. Do globalization and liberal economies tend to survive or does the refugee influx prevent cooperation among ethnicities and states? The dissertation also attempts to find out whether refugee crisis would instigate ethnic nationalism and if the neoliberal world order would fall apart owing to the problems originated by huge refugee influx and migration.

  • Page Range: 169-177
  • Page Count: 9
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English