South Asia’S Weak States

Understanding The Regional Insecurity Predicament

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ISBN:

9780198072492

Publication date:

19/01/2011

Hardback

336 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Price: 750.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198072492

Publication date:

19/01/2011

Hardback

336 pages

215.0x140.0mm

T.V. Paul

Suitable for: This book will interest scholars and students of International relations, political science, and area and regional studies, especially South Asian studies as well as policymakers, diplomats, journalists, and strategic affairs experts.

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T.V. Paul

Description

The South Asian region is characterized by high levels of insecurity at the inter-state, intra-state, and human levels. Combining thematic and country-specific studies, South Asia's Weak States engages with the causes of and contributions to the perpetuation of insecurity and human suffering in the region. The volume argues that the problems facing South Asia are driven largely by the presence of two critical variables: weak states and weak cooperative interstate norms. It recommends specific policies for making the region more secure and for developing long lasting inter- and intra-state cooperative mechanisms necessary for perpetuating greater regional security. The contributors comprehensively examine the key underlying and proximate drivers of regional insecurity from a range of perspectives, including international relations, comparative politics, historical sociology, and economic development.

T.V. Paul

T.V. Paul

T.V. Paul

T.V. Paul

Description

The South Asian region is characterized by high levels of insecurity at the inter-state, intra-state, and human levels. Combining thematic and country-specific studies, South Asia's Weak States engages with the causes of and contributions to the perpetuation of insecurity and human suffering in the region. The volume argues that the problems facing South Asia are driven largely by the presence of two critical variables: weak states and weak cooperative interstate norms. It recommends specific policies for making the region more secure and for developing long lasting inter- and intra-state cooperative mechanisms necessary for perpetuating greater regional security. The contributors comprehensively examine the key underlying and proximate drivers of regional insecurity from a range of perspectives, including international relations, comparative politics, historical sociology, and economic development.

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