South Asia in the Globalised World

Edited by: C. Vinodan

The world is experiencing a strategic transition from the short-lived post-Cold War unipolar system to a new and complex configuration of international relations. In this fast-changing global scenario, the important role of South Asia has come to be felt more than ever before. South Asia, which consists of eight States and more than one-fifth of the world's population, has emerged as a vital region in the emerging global order due to its geo-strategic significance, growing economic dynamism, fragile State structures, and crisis in governance. This book contains 16 research articles that provide deep insights into the complex and multi-faceted nature of South Asia in the globalized world. These essays have been authored by scholars representing the disciplines of international relations, comparative politics, economics, security studies, and political economy. [Subject: South Asian Studies, India Studies, International Relations, Politics, Globalization]

346 pages

Publication Date: 1/20/2014
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9788177083477