Treating the ‘Disease of Disconnection’
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Author’s Note

The previous paper by this author, while addressing the broader concerns and implications of Daesh for the Indian context, built on theoretical insights from multidisciplinary domains in pursuit of a possible counter-narrative to the violence, hate and prejudice suffused by the extremist master-narrative in what is essentially emerging as a ‘war of, and for ideas’. This paper, in continuation of preceding efforts, attempts to view the challenge of radicalization and violent extremism through the prism of the ‘epidemiological metaphor’.

Treating the Disease of Disconnection1.16 MB