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International Relations in South Asia

International Relations in South Asia
Search for an Alternative Paradigm

First Edition

September 2008 | 352 pages | SAGE India
International Relations in South Asia: Search for an Alternative Paradigm, discusses how constructivism, critical theory, post-colonial traditions of thought and feminist approaches offer alternative ways to understand international politics in South Asia. The book captures contemporary thinking and fresh perspectives from Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India.

Navnita Chadha Behera
International Relations in South Asia: State of the Art
Sohail Inayatullah
Distant Futures and Alternative Presents for South Asia
Amitav Acharya
Identity without Exceptionalism: Challenges for Asian Political and International Studies
Haider K Nizamani
Our Region Their Theories: A Case for Critical Security Studies in South Asia
Jayadeva Uyangoda
Pluralism, Democracy and Ethnic Conflict Resolution: Possibilities in Sri Lanka for State Re-making
Mijarul Quayes
The Westphalian State in South Asia and Future Directions
Ganga Bahadur Thapa
Nepal: From Authoritarianism to Democracy
Shibashis Chatterjee
Intra-state/Inter-state Conflicts in South Asia:The Constructivist Alternative to Realism
Varun Sahni
The Agent-structure Problem and India's External Security Policy
Ayesha Siddiqa
Can Non-provocative Defense Work for Pakistan?
Neera Chandhoke
Exploring the Linkages between Rights and Security in South Asia
Anand Aditya
States in Crisis, Subalternity and Security Stakes: The Case for a Track-Three Strategy in South Asia
A K Ramakrishnan
A Critique of Contemporary Liberal IR Theory from a South Asian Standpoint
Mangalika De Silva
Stripping Women, Securing the Sovereign 'National' Body: The State of Exception in Everyday Life

This book is a necessary reading for all the policy makers and academics interested in developing international relations as a discipline in the country.

The Book Review

This volume is thought provoking and enlightening.

The Tribune

This book probes alternative methods to comprehend international relations in the region through critical theories, post-colonial traditions of thought and feminist approaches.

Sunday Pioneer

[This book] is one such intellectual endeavour by a devoted group of IR scholars in search of new paradigm and, as such it is most welcome…The book is full of a variety of new approaches with potential for theory building…I commend the book to all the aspiring and established researchers and teachers of IR all over the world, especially in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The book is a must for all research libraries and think tanks in India and in the West.

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ISBN: 9788178298702