By Anita Sengupta
This ebook discusses the importance of cultural symbols/‘images’ within the nation-building of Eurasian states that emerged out of the previous Soviet Union. It rather specializes in the circumstances of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan within the post-Soviet period and argues that the connection among kingdom- and image-building has been fairly proper for Eurasian states. In an more and more globalized global, geographical region construction is not any longer an job limited to the household enviornment. The situating of the country in the international house and its ‘image’ within the foreign group (nation branding) turns into in lots of methods as an important because the projection of homogeneity in the country. the connection among politics and cultural symbols/ ‘images’, for that reason acquires and represents a number of probabilities. it's those chances which are the point of interest of Symbols and identical to the country in Eurasia. It argues that the connection among politics and cultural symbols/ ‘images’, turned really suitable for states that emerged within the wake of the disintegration of the Soviet Union in valuable Asia. It extends the argument additional to contend that the picture that the nation initiatives is basically decided through its legacy and it makes an attempt to do that through bearing in mind the Uzbek and Kazakh situations. within the shaping of the post-Soviet destiny those legacies and projections in addition to the coverage implications of those projections when it comes to governmentality and international coverage were decisive.
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Symbols and the Image of the State in Eurasia (SpringerBriefs in Political Science) by Anita Sengupta