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Economic and socio-political dimensions of security in South Asia
Contributed articles presented at a seminar on May 2-3, 2002 conducted by the Delhi Policy Group.
|Contributions||Comprehensive Security Dialogue Project (South Asia), Delhi Policy Group.|
|LC Classifications||HC430.6 .E25 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 117 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||2005386744|
economic conditions across and within the states pose significant challenges, a priori, for conflict management in the region. As is the case in many other regions, South Asia has been increasingly overwhelmed with what has been termed “non-traditional security threats”, su ch as ethnic and. A whole process of cataclysmic changes is taking place in the political, economic and social transformation in South Asia. The structures of governance being diversified and differentiated, only lip-service is given to poverty reduction and improving governance. In such conditions corruption .
Important in this regard is recognizing that agriculture and the rural economy are greatly influenced by policies and outcomes in the rest of the economy. Strategies include economic growth with unchanging income distribution, and growth with redistribution. Regional Cooperation (SAARC), regional integration in South Asia is still a long distance from priority for South Asian countries. The change in the world economic order and recent developments in South Asia make it pertinent to re-look at the case of integration in South Asia.
The relationship between economics and security remains relatively unexplored, particularly in the Asia-Pacific context. The articles in this special section of the journal seek to broaden our. The Political Economy of China-Myanmar Relations: Strategic and Economic Dimensions Poon Kim SHEE※ Abstract The main thesis of this paper is to argue that Myanmar is neither a strategic pawn nor an economic pivot of China in the short and immediate term. Since , Sino-Myanmar entente is uneven, asymmetrical, but nevertheless.
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Some Economic Dimensions of Security in Central Asia and South Caucasus 43 2. When resource extraction conducted largely by multinationals is the main source of primary product exports, large-scale repatri-ation of profits may deprive the economy of much-needed investment and thus help perpetuate low-income status.
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a member. The composition of South Asia in this paper is, hence, based on the UN definition of South Asia as well as present membership of SAARC. There is a unique mismatch between the population and landmass of the region (Figure-2).3 For instance, South Asia. Political Economy of South Asia Winter Semester Instructor: Rahul Mukherji Department of Political Science, South Asia Institute Aims South Asia comprises of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka.
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It highlights some of the significant security issues that have a vital bearing on the future of South Asia and will be of interest to policy makers, students and observers of.Singapore's Economic and Social Development (R Eu) Social and Political Changes in Shanghai (X-D Xie) The Recent Socio-Political Change in South Korea (B H Hahn) U.S.–Asia Relations: Challenges to U.S.–East Asian Relations (J A Baker, III) Asia–U.S.
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In reality, security in South Asia.