People-to-people contact in South Asia

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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 overly strong, yet they do not help good neighbourliness. Basically, the book analyses the scope and constraints of people-to-people contact in South Asia. The book also includes two case studies (Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) with regard to problems and prospects that each country faces in the context of people-to-people contact in South Asia.

ISBN: 81- 7304- 350- 7

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