1 edition of Peace and development in South Asia found in the catalog.
Peace and development in South Asia
Bangladesh Center for International Studies
Proceedings of a two-day regional conference organised by Bangladesh Center for International Studies held in Dhaka on May 16-17, 2009.
|LC Classifications||DS341 .P43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||2010308908|
The exciting new Series—South Asian Peace Studies—has been conceived to showcase significant writings on peace studies from and about the region. The emphasis will be on essays, which demonstrate the importance of changing direction in various frameworks–from conflict management to peace, from national security to human security, from. This book examines in the context of South Asia, four inter related dimensions that constitute the central policy challenges of our time: consolidating democracy, confronting violent extremism, overcoming mass poverty, and addressing the challenge of climate change. These dimensions are explored at the country-specific as well as the regional level, by some of the leading .
SOAS South Asia Institute. Academic Staff, SOAS South Asia Institute. Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice. Member. Centre for the Study of Pakistan. Academic Staff, Centre for the Study of Pakistan. Development Policy, Aid, Institutions and Poverty Reduction Research Cluster. Research Cluster Member. Violence, Peace and Development Research. Regional Cooperation for Peace and Development: Japan and South Korea in Southeast Asia Books and Reports Japan and South Korea have achieved little in the field of traditional security cooperation to date despite their shared strategic situation of .
The book examines in the context of South Asia, four interrelated dimensions that constitute the central policy challenges of our time: consolidating democracy, violent extremism, mass poverty, and climate change. These dimensions are explored at the country-specific as well as the regional levelby some of the leading scholars and eminent public figures from the region, and the inter. ♥ Book Title: Democracy, Nation Building, and Peace in South Asia ♣ Name Author: Nalini Kant Jha ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: 4kaOegx5f1QC Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Papers presented at the International Seminar on Democracy, Nation Building and .
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction - Parimal Kumar DasISSUES OF PEACE AND DEVELOPMENTPatterns of Social Change in Southeast Asia - Astri SuhrkeSecurity Environment in Southeast Asia - Parimal Kumar DasStructural Insecurity and the Management.
Fo ur Crises and a Peace Process explains how these crises have affected regional and international policy and evaluates the prospects for lasting peace in South Asia. Book. Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia: Incentives and Constraints vii Acronyms and Abbreviations ADB Asian Development Bank AFSPA Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act AJK Azad Jammu and Kashmir AIIB Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations BCF/d Billion cubic feet per day BIMSTEC Bay of Bengal Initiative for.
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[Paper presented at the National Seminar on “Peace, Conflict and Development in South Asia” organised by Asian Centre for Peace and Development. Coimbatore in association with Centre for Asia Studies, Chennai, at Chennai, January].