[정치] Hurt Sentiments: Secularism and Belonging in South Asia
인도ㆍ남아시아 일반 국외연구자료 연구보고서 - Wilson Center 발간일 : 2023-03-13 등록일 : 2023-03-17 원문링크
At the time of the India–Pakistan partition in 1947, it was widely expected that India would be secular, home to members of different religious traditions and communities, whereas Pakistan would be a homeland for Muslims and an Islamic state. Seventy-five years later, India is on the precipice of declaring itself a Hindu state, and Pakistan has drawn ever narrower interpretations of what it means to be an Islamic republic. Bangladesh, the former eastern wing of Pakistan, has swung between professing secularism and Islam.
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