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Publicado: 2021-08-12

Seguridad humana. Ciudadanía y Estado-nación en India

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Cuajimalpa), México
ciudadanía Estado-nación migración lengua Partición

Resumen

En este texto se examina un par de acciones que revisten particular gravedad, pues son ejercidas y apoyadas por el aparato estatal y ponen en duda los principios bajo las cuales se construyó la democracia en India. La primera es la decisión de hacer una enmienda a la Ley de Ciudadanía contenida en la Constitución, y la segunda es la actualización del Registro Nacional de Ciudadanos, cuya primera fase se ha llevado a cabo en Assam. Ambas confirman la visión hindú que de la nación y de la ciudadanía tiene en el gobierno actual y colocan en una situación vulnerable a la comunidad musulmana en particular, aunque no únicamente.

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Carballido Coria, Laura. 2021. "Seguridad humana. Ciudadanía y Estado-nación en India". Anuario Asia Pacífico El Colegio de México, agosto. México, MX, 1-32. https://doi.org/10.24201/aap.2021.319

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