Political Institutions and Conflict: Essays from Bangladesh and India

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Ahmed, I., Chandran, D. S., & Khan S. E., (Eds.). (2015). Political Institutions and Conflict: Essays from Bangladesh and India. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors.

This book attempts to enhance the reader’s understanding of political institutions and their roles in Bangladesh and India. It consists of nine chapters, each discussing the interplay and links between political institutions and issues of governance, institution building, and security as they strive to become coherent. The volume seeks to address three critical questions: the tangible roles the political institutions have played in strengthening the conflict prevention frameworks at all levels; reasons for political leadership not sufficiently addressing intra-party reform agendas; and the possible future roles of political institutions may play in conflict prevention and in democratizing society.

ISBN 978- 93- 5098– 111- 5 

 

 

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