International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics…

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EditorE. Sridharan

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Drawing upon international relations theory, this volume conceptualizes possible solutions to the various conflicts in South Asia. It analyses the bilateral conflicts between India and Pakistan and other multilateral problems specific to this region. Bringing together scholarship from severalSouth Asian countries, it offers a well-rounded formulation of conflict resolution and cooperation-building. The volume employs a strong theoretical rubric, empirical research, and exhaustive fieldwork. Its centralizing approach to sustain the diversity of perspectives and arguments makes it anindispensable contribution to strategic studies.

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Drawing upon international relations theory, this volume conceptualizes possible solutions to the various conflicts in South Asia. It analyses the bilateral conflicts between India and Pakistan and other multilateral problems specific to this region. Bringing together scholarship from severalSouth Asian countries, it offers a well-roun...

E. Sridharan is Academic Director at the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Advance Study of India, New Delhi.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8.7 × 5.59 × 0.01 inPublished:November 13, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Preface and AcknowledgementsE. Sridharan: Introduction: International Relations Theory and South Asian Regional Cooperation: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities, and ImagesI. Possible Regional Cooperation Models, Processes and Obstacles1. Pratap Bhanu Mehta: Sovereignty Tradeoffs and Regional Integration: Theoretical and Comparative Reflections2. Varun Sahni: Regional Dynamics of Emerging Powers: Power/Control or Leadership/Consent3. Aparajita Biswas: SAARC: The Search for a Regional Security ModelII. Domestic Politics and its Foreign Policy Implications4. Ayesha Siddiqa: The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in South Asia5. Jayadeva Uyangoda: Re-Designing the Architecture of the State? Sri Lanka's Transition from Civil War to Post-Civil War State6. Rajesh M. Basrur: Foreign Policy Reversal: The Politics of Sri Lanka's Economic Relations with India7. Nalini Kant Jha: Domestic Bases of Foreign Policy: The Case of Bangladesh's Policy towards IndiaIII. Political Economy and Regional Cooperation8. Rahul Mukherji: Political Economy of Preferential Trade in South Asia: The Indo-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement9. Mohammad Humayun Kabir: Obstacles to Bangladesh-India Cooperation: An International Relations Theory Perspective