Constitutionalism and Democracy in South Asia: Political Developments in Indias Neighbourhood

Hardcover | January 9, 2014

EditorManeesha Tikekar

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This collection of essays takes an in-depth and analytical look at India and its neighbourhood against a brief historical backdrop of each country and addresses the vital question of whether these political developments served as markers of substantial political change regardingconstitutionalism, democracy, secularism, human rights, and human development in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. It explores whether such political events of great magnitude had changed only political dispensations in these countries or have they actually inspired new political discourse and created a new vision among the political class. How had the people responded to these changes and the new situationstriggered by them? This volume will provide a holistic view of the region while focusing on politics and political culture of each neighbouring country.

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This collection of essays takes an in-depth and analytical look at India and its neighbourhood against a brief historical backdrop of each country and addresses the vital question of whether these political developments served as markers of substantial political change regardingconstitutionalism, democracy, secularism, human rights, an...

Maneesha Tikekar is Head of the Department of Politics at SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce in Mumbai, India.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.75 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:January 9, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198098634

ISBN - 13:9780198098638

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Sharad Pawar: ForewordI.M. Kadri: AcknowledgementsManeesha Tikekar: IntroductionRanabir Samaddar: Democratic Lessons in South Asia from the Lessons of the Arab SpringI Between Praetorian and Civilian Regimes1. Smruti S. Pattanaik: Bangladesh Army and Its Role in Shaping the Political Order2. Ganganath Jha: Myanmar: Recent Changes in Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy3. Maneesha Tikekar: Pakistan's Search for Democracy: Past Troubled and Present TenseII Reining in Monarchies and Autocracies4. Rajesh Kharat: Bhutan: Straddling between Monarchy and Democracy5. B.C. Upreti: Constitutional Development in Nepal: Patterns, Issues, and Emerging Trends6. Anand Kumar: The Imperilled Democracy in the MaldivesIII Democracies in Peril? New and Old7. Vishal Chandra: Afghanistan 2014: Towards Uncertainty8. Neera Chandhoke: Silences in Studies of Indian Democracy9. V. Suryanarayan: War is Over but Ethnic Reconciliation Eludes Sri LankaAbout the Editor and Contributors