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Dr. Sunil Kumar1
1Former Research scholar in Department of Political Science in Central University of Haryana, India

Kumar, Dr. Sunil. "GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY OF NON-VIOLENCE AND NEW WORLD ORDER." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 3, no. 1, Jan. 2018, pp. 391-396, Accessed 2018.
Kumar, D. (2018, January). GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY OF NON-VIOLENCE AND NEW WORLD ORDER. Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, 3(1), 391-396. Retrieved from
Kumar, Dr. Sunil. "GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY OF NON-VIOLENCE AND NEW WORLD ORDER." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research 3, no. 1 (January 2018), 391-396. Accessed , 2018.

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Gandhi was a persuasive leader, and a humanitarian, passionately who was purely dedicated to save the humanity. Though much discussion of Gandhi since his death has focused on his efforts to free India from British rule, it is important to realize that Gandhi's philosophy extended far beyond national- borders, inspiring movements around the world. In this backdrop, the present paper aims to focus on the relevance of Gandhian approach for resolving social and political conflicts with a particular objective to promote world peace and security. His legacy lives on, and his ideas still inspire movements and spark debates. As today the world is facing a number of greatest questions such as the implications of self-determination, humanitarian interventions, terrorism, environmental hazardous and the questionable effectiveness of international institutions in addressing inequalities among nations, Gandhi's philosophy provides a challenging perspective.