Mahbub Ul Haq Awards

The Mahbub Ul Haq Award was introduced by RCSS in 2000 as part of the Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Project in Asia. Named after a distinguished South Asian whose vision made the United Nations Human Development Report a landmark in the discussion on international development, the award encourages young South Asian scholars of two different nationalities to work together on a common project, bringing their diverse interests and background to collaborate on a study. The objective of the programme is to provide opportunities for intensive research with specific focus on NTS issues at national, regional and sub-regional level

All the publications under the Mahbub Ul Haq Awards can be accessed through the RCSS Digital Library.

Understanding Suicide Terrorism and Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Understanding Suicide Terrorism and Bangladesh and Sri Lanka S.Y Surendra Kumar Lecturer- Department of Political Science, Bangalore University, India Mostafa Mahmud Naser Assistant Professor- Department of Law, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh 2010

Maritime Cooperation between India and Sri Lanka

Maritime Cooperation between India and Sri Lanka Adluri Subramanyam Raju Honorary Academic Fellow at the Indo-American Centre for International Studies, Hyderabad  S.I.Keethaponcalan Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science and Public Policy, University of...

Indo-Pak Conflicts Ripe to Resolve?

Indo-Pak Conflicts Ripe to Resolve? Rizwan Zeb Research Fellow, Institute of Regional Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan Suba Chandran Assistant Director, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi, India 2005

Small Arms and the Security Debate in South Asia

Small Arms and the Security Debate in South Asia Salma Malik Lecturer, Department of Defense and Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad Mallika Joseph Assistant Director, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi                            ...

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