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INDIA TAKES THE STAGE - PART V
FTW Military/Veterans Affairs Editor
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There are many who emphasize the Straussian roots of neo-conservatism, its elitist conviction that societies must be welded together by some shared mytho-heroic narrative of conquest and destiny. But that is only one face of the neo-cons. The objectives that unite them are held in common with a singular conviction that liberal society, though capitalist, has gone too far in the direction of chaos, and that more autocratic social control is required to ensure domestic population control, as foreign policy is militarized. This explains the neo-con affinity for hyper-patriarchal evangelists and their need for an amorphous external enemy. This same tendency for the exertion of greater social control through obscurantist narratives and the “othering” of some generalized enemy is reflected in the Hindutva politics of India.
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