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South Asia in the Globalised World

C. Vinodan

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ISBN 10: 8177083473 / ISBN 13: 9788177083477
Published by New century Publications, 2014
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The world is experiencing strategic transition from the short-lived Post-Cold War unipolar system to a new and complex configuration of international relations. In the fast-changing global scenario, the importance of South Asia has come to be felt more than ever before, and across the world. South Asia, which consists of 8 states and more than one-fifth of humanity, has emerged as a vital region to the emerging global order due to its geo-strategic significance, growing economic dynamism, fragile state structures and crisis in governance. This book contains 16 research articles which provide deep insights into the complex and multi-faceted nature of South Asia in the globalised world. These have been authored by scholars representing the disciplines of international relations, comparative politics, economics, security studies, and political economy. To understand the new realities of South Asia, the book would prove useful for researchers, policy makers, strategic analysts and others interested in world politics and international relations. CONTENTS 1. Sustainable Development and Human Security: Global Context and South Asian Solutions Sabina W. Lautensach and Alexander K. Lautensach 2. Social Capital and Region Building in South Asia Mohanan B. Pillai and P.M. Joshy 3. Ethnic Violence in South Asia: A Media Perspective Dharmesh Pushpa Dhawankar 4. Food Security in South Asia S.S. Kalamkar 5. India?s Innovation Systems: Changing Structure in the Post-TRIPS Regime Girish Kumar R. 6. The Trouble with SAARC Harsh V. Pant 7. Indo-US Trade Relations Shaijumon C.S. 8. Obama Administration and US-Pakistan Relations M.J. Vinod 9. India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement in Spices V. Mathew Kurian and A.D. Manikandan 10. Future of Civil Society in Pakistan: The Post-Musharraf Era G. Gopa Kumar 11. Political Economy of Pakistan: Security Implications for South Asia Rahul Tripathi 12. Whither India?s Bomb? Motivational Models Revisited Rajesh Basrur 13. Redefining Regional Co-operation in South Asia Anjali Sharma 14. Negotiating for Security in South Asia K.M. Seethi 15. Regional Integration and Energy Security in South Asia C. Vinodan and Shibu M. George 16. Emerging Nuclear Order and South Asia C. Vinodan Index Printed Pages: 346. Bookseller Inventory # 74668

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Title: South Asia in the Globalised World

Publisher: New century Publications

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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The world is experiencing a strategic transition from the short-lived post-Cold War unipolar system to a new and complex configuration of international relations. In this fast-changing global scenario, the important role of South Asia has come to be felt more than ever before. South Asia, which consists of eight States and more than one-fifth of the world's population, has emerged as a vital region in the emerging global order due to its geo-strategic significance, growing economic dynamism, fragile State structures, and crisis in governance. This book contains 16 research articles that provide deep insights into the complex and multi-faceted nature of South Asia in the globalized world. These essays have been authored by scholars representing the disciplines of international relations, comparative politics, economics, security studies, and political economy. [Subject: South Asian Studies, India Studies, International Relations, Politics, Globalization]

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