Environment, Development, and Human Security: Perspectives from South Asia

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Najam, A. (Ed.). (2003). Environment, Development, and Human Security: Perspectives from South Asia. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Environment, Development and Human Security have been major concerns for the entire world and South Asia is no exception. Today, the term ‘security’ has expanded beyond issues of geo-polity, international power balance, military strategy and statecraft. Instead at present, non-traditional security issues make a great impact on the global arena. In this context, greater attention is paid to the connection between environment and security. This collection seeks to study how the link between environment and security manifests itself in South Asian context as well as how this manifestation fits into, or negates, the thrust of the existing literature.

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