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T. Nirmala Devi, Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)

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Keethaponcalan S.L. Raju Adluri Subramanyam

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju, S. I. Keethaponcalan

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju,S.I. Keethaponcalan

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. This study is important for the promotion of better understanding between India and Sri Lanka on maritime issues. The focus is on examining the prospects for the settlement of the maritime dispute, analysing the potential areas of maritime cooperation in the EEZ, deep-sea resource exploration, and bilateral understanding on respective fishermen`s problems. It examines the security threats from illegal networks and analyses the Indo-Sri-Lankan joint initiatives towards regional maritime security management in the Bay of Bengal. Printed Pages: 113. Seller Inventory # 47687

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju,S.I. Keethaponcalan

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. This study is important for the promotion of better understanding between India and Sri Lanka on maritime issues. The focus is on examining the prospects for the settlement of the maritime dispute, analysing the potential areas of maritime cooperation in the EEZ, deep-sea resource exploration, and bilateral understanding on respective fishermen`s problems. It examines the security threats from illegal networks and analyses the Indo-Sri-Lankan joint initiatives towards regional maritime security management in the Bay of Bengal. Printed Pages: 113. Seller Inventory # 47687

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju,S.I. Keethaponcalan

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. This study is important for the promotion of better understanding between India and Sri Lanka on maritime issues. The focus is on examining the prospects for the settlement of the maritime dispute, analysing the potential areas of maritime cooperation in the EEZ, deep-sea resource exploration, and bilateral understanding on respective fishermen`s problems. It examines the security threats from illegal networks and analyses the Indo-Sri-Lankan joint initiatives towards regional maritime security management in the Bay of Bengal. Printed Pages: 113. Seller Inventory # 47687

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Mohanan B. Pillai, Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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About this Item: 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 298 About The Book:-South Asia represents one fourth of world population with low gross domestic product, low per capita and low literacy rate coupled with high birth and high death rates. It contains the largest number of the world's hungry about 350 million people. It is afflicted by a number of problemssocial, political and economic. Further, disparity between the rural and urban, poor and rich and violence (extremism, insurgency) have led to instability and insecurity in the region. No common external threat was perceived by the region. South Asian states are plagued by interstate conflicts over boundaries. Absence of collective identity and lack of sense of belonging do still exist in the region and thus hinder South Asia from achieving the momentum to grow at its full potential. South Asia inherited an integrated transport system from the British, but this was fractured not only by the partition but also by its political aftermath. It needs to be integrated again. Due to lack of integration of the transport system in South Asia, the logistic costs are very high and ranges between thirteen to fourteen per cent of GDP. Connectivity plays a significant role in combating poverty. If countries in South Asia continue growing at a seven per cent rate, the incidence of poverty would be reduced from fifty to twenty per cent. Currently South Asia represents only five per cent of trade. If transport network and infrastructure are improved, trade among the South Asian countries would be enhanced. The contributors in this volume focus on the problems being faced by the South Asian countries and suggest amicable solutions to enhance economic cooperation amongst them. The volume tries to visualize a new South Asia free from conflicts, thereby improving the welfare of the people in the region. Structure of the Volume The volume consists of fifteen papers, which divides into four parts. Part-I: Regionalism in South Asia Part-II: Connectivity and Trade in South Asia Part-III: Cultural Linkages and Soft power in Regional Integration Part-IV: Bilateral Relations. About The Author:- Adluri Subramanyam Raju is Coordinator of the Centre for Maritime Studies and Associate Professor in the Centre for South Asian Studies, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry. He is an Associate Editor of Journal of South Asian Studies and editorial member on four Journals. He was Salzburg Seminar Fellow (2006) and recipient of the Mahbub Ul Haq Award (Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Colombo, 2003); Scholar of Peace Award (WISCOMP, New Delhi, 2002) and Kodikara Award (RCSS, Colombo, 1998). He was a Visiting Fellow at the Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies, Colombo, May 2012. He has published ten books including edited volumes and more than three dozen papers. Prof. Mohanan B Pillai, who is currently Head of the Mahe Campus of Pondicherry University, was previously Director, UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of South Asia Regional Co-operation , Head, Centre for South Asian Studies and Head , Department of Politics& International Studies. He is the founder Editor of ISDA Journal—Studies in Development and Administration and International Journal of South Asian Studies. He has published several books, research papers and articles in the areas of Development Studies, Foreign Policy of India and South Asian Studies. The latest in the kitty of his publications is India's National Security: Concerns and Strategies 2013 Contents List of Contributors 9 Introduction 11 PART-I: REGIONALISM IN SOUTH ASIA 1. Theories of Regionalism and Regionalism in South Asia 21 Uttara Sahasrabuddhe 2. Will SAARC Ever Accomplish the Goal of Regional Integration 35 Y. Yagama Reddy PART-II: CONNECTIVITY AND TRADE IN SOUTH ASIA 3. India’s Trade with South Asian Neighbours: Perceptions and Reality 49 Indra Nath Mukherji 4. Maritime Connectivity and Cooperation in South Asia: Issues and Concerns 63 Adluri Subramanyam Raju 5. Conflict, Transition, Connectivity and Regional. Seller Inventory # 9789351281290

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju, S.I. Keethaponcalan

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T. Nirmala Devi, Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)

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Mohanan B. Pillai & Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Authors)

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About this Item: Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. South Asia represents one fourth of world population with low gross domestic product, low per capita and low literacy rate coupled with high birth and high death rates. It contains the largest number of the world's hungry about 350 million people. It is afflicted by a number of problemssocial, political and economic. Further, disparity between the rural and urban, poor and rich and violence (extremism, insurgency) have led to instability and insecurity in the region. No common external threat was perceived by the region. South Asian states are plagued by interstate conflicts over boundaries. Absence of collective identity and lack of sense of belonging do still exist in the region and thus hinder South Asia from achieving the momentum to grow at its full potential. South Asia inherited an integrated transport system from the British, but this was fractured not only by the partition but also by its political aftermath. It needs to be integrated again. Due to lack of integration of the transport system in South Asia, the logistic costs are very high and ranges between thirteen to fourteen per cent of GDP. Connectivity plays a significant role in combating poverty. If countries in South Asia continue growing at a seven per cent rate, the incidence of poverty would be reduced from fifty to twenty per cent. Currently South Asia represents only five per cent of trade. If transport network and infrastructure are improved, trade among the South Asian countries would be enhanced. The contributors in this volume focus on the problems being faced by the South Asian countries and suggest amicable solutions to enhance economic cooperation amongst them. The volume tries to visualize a new South Asia free from conflicts, thereby improving the welfare of the people in the region. Structure of the Volume The volume consists of fifteen papers, which divides into four parts. Part-I: Regionalism in South Asia Part-II: Connectivity and Trade in South Asia Part-III: Cultural Linkages and Soft power in Regional Integration Part-IV: Bilateral Relations.Printed Pages: 298. Seller Inventory # 106142

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Raju, Adluri Subramanyam

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)

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About this Item: Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt Ltd, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. India and Sri Lanka are geographically contiguous and culturally close. The island state of Sri Lanka is barely thirty kilometers away from India`s southern coastal tip. People of these two countries share many similarities in terms of dress, food habits, manners, customs and ways of life. In spite India Sharing border with all its neighbouring countries in South Asia, its relationship with Sri Lanka has been relatively more cordial than with other countries in the region. In addition to their cordial relationship, there is minusderstanding and mistrust between the two resulted in many ups and down in their mutual relationship. The issue of Tamils of Indian origin and maritime issues between the two countries created turbulence. The civil war of 1983 further aggravated the situation. Half of India`s investment in South Asian region is invested in Sri Lanka and as such the island state has emerged as a close economic partner of India. Both the countries realize that restrictions on trade between the two are detrimental to their economic growth and prosperity. There is a greater potential for enhancing and institutionalizing bilaterl economic cooperation in the exploration and exploitation of sea resources in the Indian Ocean waters. Neither country can ignore the security of the other. Sri Lanka cannot ignore the problems of Tamil Nadu when it talks about its relationship with India. Similarly India cannot ignore the internal problems of Sri Lanka when it seeks to improve its relations with the later. The volume probes into various mechanisms and strategies with a view to shaping better for both the countries. The papers provide a perspective in debating the emerging issues of greater concern to India and Sri Lanka in the dynamic world of the 21st Century. There are eighteen papers, divided into six sectios. Printed Pages: 348. Seller Inventory # 35740

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. South Asia is one of the important Regions in international system. Like other regions, a number of steps have been initiated to promote greater understanding and cooperation among the member states of the region. The Region is afflicted by a number of problems - social, Political and economic. Nuclear proliferation is one of the major issues that changed the Face of the region. In this context, an attempt is made to construct a new South Asia by Exploring the problems of the region and to suggest Ways and Means to have a new future for the people of South Asia. As a part of this effort the volume tries to deal with a few new issues that can give a new agenda to change the present scenario. The volume consists Essays contributed by the scholars across the South Asian region. They include former Policy makers such as diplomatic and Military personnel, academia, media and the Corporate world. This volume adopts a new strategy discussing the issues from the people centric perspective. The volume tries to Focus on South Asia beyond nationalism, the necessity of new Institutional choices, an agenda for Peace and security issues, including common Defence area, having a South Asian Union and a single Currency for the region. Addressing the above issues, the volume gives a fresh perspective on the field by probing into Why we need a South Asian Union? What are the steps to be followed? What are the obstacles for forging cooperation? Whether the contemporary approach towards political and security cooperation needs to be modified? It makes Recommendations for reconstructing South Asia with the focus not just economic but also human development. Contents: Foreword/Ranil Wickremesinghe Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju Section I : South Asia : Political ISSUES : 1. Futures Beyond Nationalism/Imtiaz Ahmed 2. Can Democracy be Designed in South Asia-The Politics of Institutional Choices/Santishree.D. Pandit Section II : SOUTH ASIA : SECURITY COOPERATION : 3. Evolving Agenda for Peace and Security in South Asia?/Gopal ji Malviya 4. A Common Defence Area for South Asia : An Indian Perspective/Manoj Joshi 5. India-Pakistan Security Cooperation and the Prospects for a South Asian Security Community/Rajesh M. Basrur Section IN : SOUTH ASIA : NON TRADITIONAL SECURITY ISSUES : 6. Non-Traditional Threats to South Asian Security/V.R. Raghavan 7. Energy Security Scenario in South Asia/Anant V Naik 8. Maritime Issues in South Asia/A. Subramanyam Raju Section IV : ECONOMIC COOPERATION : Search FOR NEW SYNERGIES : 9. The Process of Integration in the Saarc Region/V.R. Panchamukhi 10. Economic Cooperation in South Asia : Challenges and Constraints/Dushni Weerakoon 11. Envisioning a South Asian Union : Challenges/J. Laxminarasimha Rao 12. A South Asian Single Currency/I.P Khosla Section V : PROSPECTS FOR A SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY : 13. Imagining South Asia in an Unipolar World/C.K.Lal 14. South Asian Union : Vision, Mission and Agenda/B.Ramesh Babu 15. Envisaging the South Asian Resurgence System Imperatives for Regional Synergic Management/Manoj Soni 16. `Resurrecting` Maritime South Asia : Critical Perspectives on the 21" Century/Sanjay Chaturvedi Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 35971

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. South Asia is one of the important Regions in international system. Like other regions, a number of steps have been initiated to promote greater understanding and cooperation among the member states of the region. The Region is afflicted by a number of problems - social, Political and economic. Nuclear proliferation is one of the major issues that changed the Face of the region. In this context, an attempt is made to construct a new South Asia by Exploring the problems of the region and to suggest Ways and Means to have a new future for the people of South Asia. As a part of this effort the volume tries to deal with a few new issues that can give a new agenda to change the present scenario. The volume consists Essays contributed by the scholars across the South Asian region. They include former Policy makers such as diplomatic and Military personnel, academia, media and the Corporate world. This volume adopts a new strategy discussing the issues from the people centric perspective. The volume tries to Focus on South Asia beyond nationalism, the necessity of new Institutional choices, an agenda for Peace and security issues, including common Defence area, having a South Asian Union and a single Currency for the region. Addressing the above issues, the volume gives a fresh perspective on the field by probing into Why we need a South Asian Union? What are the steps to be followed? What are the obstacles for forging cooperation? Whether the contemporary approach towards political and security cooperation needs to be modified? It makes Recommendations for reconstructing South Asia with the focus not just economic but also human development. Contents: Foreword/Ranil Wickremesinghe Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju Section I : South Asia : Political ISSUES : 1. Futures Beyond Nationalism/Imtiaz Ahmed 2. Can Democracy be Designed in South Asia-The Politics of Institutional Choices/Santishree.D. Pandit Section II : SOUTH ASIA : SECURITY COOPERATION : 3. Evolving Agenda for Peace and Security in South Asia?/Gopal ji Malviya 4. A Common Defence Area for South Asia : An Indian Perspective/Manoj Joshi 5. India-Pakistan Security Cooperation and the Prospects for a South Asian Security Community/Rajesh M. Basrur Section IN : SOUTH ASIA : NON TRADITIONAL SECURITY ISSUES : 6. Non-Traditional Threats to South Asian Security/V.R. Raghavan 7. Energy Security Scenario in South Asia/Anant V Naik 8. Maritime Issues in South Asia/A. Subramanyam Raju Section IV : ECONOMIC COOPERATION : Search FOR NEW SYNERGIES : 9. The Process of Integration in the Saarc Region/V.R. Panchamukhi 10. Economic Cooperation in South Asia : Challenges and Constraints/Dushni Weerakoon 11. Envisioning a South Asian Union : Challenges/J. Laxminarasimha Rao 12. A South Asian Single Currency/I.P Khosla Section V : PROSPECTS FOR A SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY : 13. Imagining South Asia in an Unipolar World/C.K.Lal 14. South Asian Union : Vision, Mission and Agenda/B.Ramesh Babu 15. Envisaging the South Asian Resurgence System Imperatives for Regional Synergic Management/Manoj Soni 16. `Resurrecting` Maritime South Asia : Critical Perspectives on the 21" Century/Sanjay Chaturvedi Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 35971

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. South Asia is one of the important Regions in international system. Like other regions, a number of steps have been initiated to promote greater understanding and cooperation among the member states of the region. The Region is afflicted by a number of problems - social, Political and economic. Nuclear proliferation is one of the major issues that changed the Face of the region. In this context, an attempt is made to construct a new South Asia by Exploring the problems of the region and to suggest Ways and Means to have a new future for the people of South Asia. As a part of this effort the volume tries to deal with a few new issues that can give a new agenda to change the present scenario. The volume consists Essays contributed by the scholars across the South Asian region. They include former Policy makers such as diplomatic and Military personnel, academia, media and the Corporate world. This volume adopts a new strategy discussing the issues from the people centric perspective. The volume tries to Focus on South Asia beyond nationalism, the necessity of new Institutional choices, an agenda for Peace and security issues, including common Defence area, having a South Asian Union and a single Currency for the region. Addressing the above issues, the volume gives a fresh perspective on the field by probing into Why we need a South Asian Union? What are the steps to be followed? What are the obstacles for forging cooperation? Whether the contemporary approach towards political and security cooperation needs to be modified? It makes Recommendations for reconstructing South Asia with the focus not just economic but also human development. Contents: Foreword/Ranil Wickremesinghe Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju Section I : South Asia : Political ISSUES : 1. Futures Beyond Nationalism/Imtiaz Ahmed 2. Can Democracy be Designed in South Asia-The Politics of Institutional Choices/Santishree.D. Pandit Section II : SOUTH ASIA : SECURITY COOPERATION : 3. Evolving Agenda for Peace and Security in South Asia?/Gopal ji Malviya 4. A Common Defence Area for South Asia : An Indian Perspective/Manoj Joshi 5. India-Pakistan Security Cooperation and the Prospects for a South Asian Security Community/Rajesh M. Basrur Section IN : SOUTH ASIA : NON TRADITIONAL SECURITY ISSUES : 6. Non-Traditional Threats to South Asian Security/V.R. Raghavan 7. Energy Security Scenario in South Asia/Anant V Naik 8. Maritime Issues in South Asia/A. Subramanyam Raju Section IV : ECONOMIC COOPERATION : Search FOR NEW SYNERGIES : 9. The Process of Integration in the Saarc Region/V.R. Panchamukhi 10. Economic Cooperation in South Asia : Challenges and Constraints/Dushni Weerakoon 11. Envisioning a South Asian Union : Challenges/J. Laxminarasimha Rao 12. A South Asian Single Currency/I.P Khosla Section V : PROSPECTS FOR A SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY : 13. Imagining South Asia in an Unipolar World/C.K.Lal 14. South Asian Union : Vision, Mission and Agenda/B.Ramesh Babu 15. Envisaging the South Asian Resurgence System Imperatives for Regional Synergic Management/Manoj Soni 16. `Resurrecting` Maritime South Asia : Critical Perspectives on the 21" Century/Sanjay Chaturvedi Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 35971

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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T. Nirmala Devi and Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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About this Item: Kalpaz, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju. I. Historical interface between India and Sri Lanka 1. India and Sri Lanka the Buddhist connection/J. Kedareswari. II. Indo Sri Lanka political relations 2. Glimpses of Indo Sri Lankan relations/Nirupama Rao. 3. India's policy of non intervention in Sri Lanka/P. Sahadevan. III. Ethnic repatriates and refugee issues in Indo Sri Lanka relations 4. Ethnic crisis in Sri Lanka a peaceful solution/S.J.S. Chhatwal. 5. A Cinderella community in transition the Indian origin Tamils of Sri Lanka/P.P. Devaraj. 6. Integration and assimilation of Sri Lankan repatriates in Tamil Nadu/V. Suryanarayan. 7. Facilitating the return of Sri Lankan refugees in India/S.H. Hasbullah. IV. Maritime cooperation between India and Sri Lanka 8. Role of maritime forces in disaster management/R.S. Vasan. 9. India and Sri Lanka assessing maritime security relationship/Vijay Sakhuja. 10. Maritime issues between India and Sri Lanka/A. Subramanyam Raju. V. Indo Sri Lankan economic relations 11. India and Sri Lanka from political fissures to economic bridges/Manoj Soni. 12. Strategic marketing formulation for the domestic manufacturers through the operation of regional cooperation in the context of globalisation/K. Ishaq. 13. Indo Sri Lanka free trade agreement can trade agreement among unequal partners work/Indra Nath Mukherji. 14. Free trade agreement between India and Sri Lanka the way forward/M. Ganeshamoorthy. 15. Ground level problems encountered in importing Sri Lankan goods into India under the FTA/Somindra Kishen Hazari. VI. Indo Sri Lankan partnership 16. The why and the how of India Sri Lanka partnership/Sathiya Moorthy. 17. Indo Sri Lanka cooperation in education/Santsilan Kadirgamar. 18. Sustaining tourism through cultural cooperation/G.S. Rao and Shailesh Sikha. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. India and Sri Lanka are geographically contiguous and culturally close. The island state of Sri Lanka is barely thirty kilometers away from India's southern coastal tip. People of these two countries share many similarities in terms of dress food habits manners customs and ways of life. In spite India sharing border with all its neighbouring countries in South Asia its relationship with Sri Lanka has been relatively more cordial than with other countries in the region. In addition to their cordial relationship there is misunderstanding and mistrust between the two resulted in many ups and downs in their mutual relationship. The issue of Tamils of Indian origin and maritime issues between the two countries created turbulence. The civil war of 1983 further aggravated the situation. Half of India's investment in South Asian region is invested in Sri Lanka and as such the island state has emerged as a close economic partner of India. Both the countries realize that restrictions on trade between the two are detrimental to their economic growth and prosperity. There is a greater potential for enhancing and institutionalizing bilateral economic cooperation in the exploration and exploitation of sea resources in the Indian Ocean waters. Neither country can ignore the security of the other. Sri Lanka cannot ignore the problems of Tamil Nadu when its talks about its relationship with India. Similarly India cannot ignore the internal problems of Sri Lanka when it seeks to improve its relations with the latter. The volume probes into various into mechanisms and strategies with a view to shaping better future for both the countries. The papers provide a perspective in debating the emerging issues of greater concern to India and Sri Lanka in the dynamic world of the 21st century. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 63484

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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About this Item: Gyan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/Ranil Wickremesinghe. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations. List of contributors. Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju. I. South Asia political issues 1. Futures beyond nationalism/Imtiaz Ahmed. 2. Can democracy be designed in South Asia the politics of institutional choices/Santishree D. Pandit. II. South Asia security cooperation 3. Evolving agenda for peace and security in South Asia/Gopal ji Malviya. 4. A common defence areas for South Asia an Indian perspective/Manoj Joshi. 5. India Pakistan security cooperation and the prospects for a South Asian security community/Rajesh M. Basrur. III. South Asia Non traditional security issues 6. Non traditional threats to South Asian security/V.R. Raghavan. 7. Energy security scenario in South Asia/Anant V. Naik. 8. Maritime issues in South Asia/A. Subramanyam Raju. IV. Economic cooperation search for new synergies 9. The process of integration in the SAARC region/V.R. Panchamukhi. 10. Economic cooperation in South Asia challenges and constraints/Dushni Weerakoon. 11. Envisioning a South Asian Union challenges/J. Laxminarasimha Rao. 12. A South Asian single currency/I.P. Khosla. V. Prospects for a South Asian community 13. Imagining South Asia in an unipolar world/C.K. Lal. 14. South Asian Union vision mission and agenda/B. Ramesh Babu. 15. Envisaging the South Asian resurgence systemic imperatives for regional synergic management/Manoj Soni. 16. Resurrecting Maritime South Asia critical perspectives on the 21 century/Sanjay Chaturvedi. Bibliography. Index. South Asia is one of the important regions in international system. Like other regions a number of steps have been initiated to promote greater understanding and cooperation among the member states of the region. The region is afflicted by a number of problems social political and economic. Nuclear proliferation is one of the major issues that changed the face of the region. In this context an attempt is made to construct a new South Asia by exploring the problems of the region and to suggest ways and means to have a new future for the people of South Asia. As a part of this effort the volume tries to deal with a few new issues that can give a new agenda to change the present scenario. The volume consists essays contributed by the scholars across the South Asian region. They include former policy makers such as diplomatic and military personnel academia media and the corporate world. This volume adopts a new strategy discussing the issues from the people centric perspective. The volume tries to focus on South Asia beyond nationalism the necessity of new institutional choices an agenda for peace and security issues including common defence area having a South Asian Union and a single currency for the region. Addressing the above issues the volume gives a fresh perspective on the field by probing into Why we need a South Asian Union. What are the steps to be followed. What are the obstacles for forging cooperation. Whether the contemporary approach towards political and security cooperation needs to be modified. It makes recommendations for reconstructing South Asia with the focus not just economic but also human development. 360 pp. Seller Inventory # 63612

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T Nirmala Devi and Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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About this Item: Shipra, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. I. South Asia connecting to a globalized world 1. South Asia connecting to a globalized world/I.P. Khosla. 2. Space and regional cooperation the SAARC story/Shibashis Chatterjee and Sulagna Maitra. 3. New horizons in South Asia a focus on Indo Pak relations/Gopalji Malviya. 4. The peace process challenges and prospects/Noman Sattar. 5. Conflict resolution in South Asia in an age of globalization/Rajpal Budania. II. Human security 6. Human security in South Asia the varied dimensions/T. Nirmala Devi. 7. Peace neighbourly diplomacy and poverty reduction for building a new South Asia/Som P. Pudasaini. 8. Human security in South Asia some observations/Adluri Subramanyam Raju. 9. Human security an Indian perspective/Nalini Kant Jha. III. Non traditional security and other core issues 10. From traditional to non traditional security/M.J. Vinod. 11. Regional integration in South Asia from discord to free trade/J. Laxmi Narasimha Rao. 12. Towards building a South Asian Union/Syed Ali Mujtaba. 13. Ethnicity and the operation of social processes in the South Asian societies/V. Sreemannarayana Murthy. IV. SAARC China ASEAN and BIMSTEC 14. China's interactions with South Asia new beginnings/Srikanth Kondapalli. 15. Prospects of India's partnership with ASEAN and BIMSTEC for the development of landlocked Northeast India/A. Lakshmana Chetty. 16. Strengthen BIMSTEC to revitalize SAARC/Y. Yagama Reddy. Index. South Asia is one of the very few regions in the world with geographical contiguity as well as linguistic and cultural homogeneity. The region inhabited by more than one fifth of global population is afflicted by a number of social political and economic problems compounded by political mistrust and suspicion. The South Asian states are plagued by inter state conflicts over boundaries. In addition there is a sharp increase in unemployment poverty epidemics drug trafficking and environmental degradation etc. in the region which have internal and external dimensions. All these issues pose a far more serious and immediate challenge to the region. The South Asian region has potential to acquire a momentum of its own leading to the total transformation of the region in the near future. The member states have to set aside their disputes in order to improve their economic and trade relations. They have to realize that it is high time to shift their focus from the security of the borders to regional cooperation. The contributors in the volume diplomats academia and media not only focused on the problems being faced by the South Asian countries but also suggested the amicable solutions to overcome these problems and the possible ways to reconstruct a new South Asia. Thus the main focus is to probe into various mechanisms to be adopted to make the South Asian region free from conflicts and enhance economic cooperation amongst the states thereby improving the welfare of the people. While analyzing the conflicts and misunderstandings between/among the countries in the region the volume tries to underline the issues related to human development traditional and non traditional security and the role of external powers in the peace process of South Asia. 252 pp. Seller Inventory # 73697

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Mohanan B. Pillai, Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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Editor-Adluri Subramanyam Raju

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