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“TRENDS IN YOUTH RADICALIZATION IN SOUTH ASIA”

“TRENDS IN YOUTH RADICALIZATION IN SOUTH ASIA”

This publication titled “Trends in Youth Radicalization in South Asia” consisted of the edited papers presented at the GPPAC South Asia conference 2018. The full publication can be accessed below: Trends in Youth Radicalization in South Asia  

Rise of China and India: Implications for the Asia Pacific

Mattoo, A., & Joseph, M. (Eds.). (2014). Rise of China and India: Implications for the Asia Pacific. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. The rapid economic growth of China and India carries significant political implications for the Asia-Pacific region and the...

Understanding Terrorism in South Asia: Beyond Statist Discourses

Ahmed, I. (Ed.). (2006). Understanding terrorism in South Asia: Beyond statist discourses. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. While analyzing terrorism which is now an over defined concept with the state, intellectuals, dissenters and anti- state activists...

Responding to Terrorism in South Asia

Edited by S.D.Muni Manohar Publishers &Distributors-2006 While analyzing terrorism which is now an over defined concept with the state, intellectuals, dissenters and anti- state activists constantly battling out its meaning, the authors of this volume attempt to...

Documents on Sri Lanka’s Foreign Policy 1947- 1965

Jayawardane, A. (Ed.). (2004). Documents on Sri Lanka's foreign policy, 1947-1965. Colombo: Regional Centre for Strategic Studies. Despite the fact Sri Lanka’s role in international affairs has been remarkably active since the early days of independence, students who...

Terrorism in South Asia: Impact on Development and Democratic Process

Khatri, S. K., & Kueck, G. W. (Eds.). (2003). Terrorism in South Asia: Impact on Development and Democratic Process. Delhi: Shipra Publications. In South Asia, there is a consensus that terrorism has a negative impact on economic development, but the assessment...

SAARC in the Twenty-First Century: Towards a Cooperative Future

Banerjee, D. (Ed.). (2002). SAARC in the Twenty-First century: Towards a Cooperative Future. New Delhi: India Research Press. As SAARC is the only regional organization for South Asia and if regional cooperation is the key to future progress and prosperity, it is...

Shaping the future: A South Asian civil society dialogue

Banerjee, D. (Ed.). (2002). Shaping the future: A South Asian civil society dialogue. Colombo: Regional Centre for Strategic Studies. “Shaping the Future-A South Asian Civil Society Dialogue” is a result of a project which was conceived in an attempt to bring together...

Governance and Defence Spending views from South Asia

Governance and Defence Spending views from South Asia Lok Raj Baral Professor, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal Bertram Bastiampillai Professor Emeritus, University of Colombo Rasul Bakhsh Rais Professor and Director, Area Study Centre, Quaid-i-Azam University,...

The Simla Agreement 1972: Its Wasted Promise

Chari, P. R., & Cheema, P. I. (2001). The Simla Agreement 1972: Its wasted promise. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. The Simla Agreement of 1972 was a historic event by any stand. It was agreed mutually by India and Pakistan ended a rather unfortunate war,...

Globalization and Non-Traditional Security in South Asia

Khan, A. R. (Ed.). (2001). Globalization and Non-Traditional Security in South Asia. Dhaka: Academic Press and Publisher for Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo. This particular volume is the outcome of a preliminary exercise linking two very tangible...

Security and Governance in South Asia

Chari, P. R. (Ed.). (2001). Security and Governance in South Asia. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. The security has an extended meaning beyond its obvious military connotations is increasingly being understood in South Asia.; there is a better appreciation now...

Security in the New Millennium: Views from South Asia

Basrur, R. M. (Ed.). (2001). Security in the New Millennium: Views from South Asia. New Delhi: India Research Press. In the new millennium, there is a growing realization that the concept of security can no longer be confined to the narrow landscape of the...

Security studies in South Asia: Change and challenges

Banerjee, D. (Ed.). (2000). Security Studies in South Asia: Change and Challenges. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. What in today’s world constitutes national security? What is it that is most important for a nation to protect and for which it needs to evolve...

People-to-people contact in South Asia

Behera, N. C., Gunawardena, V., Kardar, S., & Mahmood, R. A. (2000). People-to-people contact in South Asia. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors. Despite the fact it says ‘Good fences make good neighbors’, the trouble in South Asia is that these fences are...

Ethnicity and Constitutional Reform in South Asia

Iftekharuzzaman (Ed.). (1998). Ethnicity and Constitutional Reform in South Asia. New Delhi: Manohar. Ethnic issues are at the roots of many of the vexing problems and conflicts between and within nations today. In many cases ethnicity political assertion transforms...

Regional Economic Trends and South Asian Security

Iftekharuzzaman (Ed.). (1997). Regional Economic Trends and South Asian Security. New Delhi: Manohar. The end of the Cold war has induced fresh thinking on approaches to security. The focus is on non-conventional aspects, particularly economic strength, interest and...

Diplomacy and Domestic Politics in South Asia

Ghoshal, B. (Ed.). (1996). Diplomacy and Domestic Politics in South Asia. Delhi: Konark. The book examines the interaction between issues of internal politics and the external relations of states of the South Asian region. Contributors in their papers survey the...

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