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South Asia In It Together

South Asia In It Together
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South Asia In It Together
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Cinnamonteal Publishing
  • Author Name:   Firdaus Ahmed;
  • ISBN-13:  9789385523878
  • Total Pages:  216 Pages
  • Edition: 1st
  • Available Book Formats: Paperback
  • Year:  2016
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The book comprises of commentaries by Firdaus Ahmed over the last few years. These articles, which largely deal with South Asian security issues, have appeared throughout 2014-15 in various respected publications such as indiatogether.org, Kashmir Times and the Milli Gazette. Collectively they make the case that South Asia is ‘one’ and should come to be seen as such. The security of its states and people is intertwined. South Asian states should move towards a South Asian union. The articles make this case obliquely in covering issues in Indian security, and point to how these overlap borders. Some themes dealt with in the book - India-Pakistan relations, Kashmir, India’s Muslims and the rise of religious extremism - clearly show that most problems lend themselves only to a South Asi..
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Sold ByCinnamonTeal Publishing
AuthorFirdaus Ahmed
ISBN-139789385523878
FormatPaperback
Pages216 Pages
Publication Year2016
CategoryOther (Books)

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South Asia In It Together

The book comprises of commentaries by Firdaus Ahmed over the last few years. These articles, which largely deal with South Asian security issues, have appeared throughout 2014-15 in various respected publications such as indiatogether.org, Kashmir Times and the Milli Gazette. Collectively they make the case that South Asia is ‘one’ and should come to be seen as such. The security of its states and people is intertwined. South Asian states should move towards a South Asian union. The articles make this case obliquely in covering issues in Indian security, and point to how these overlap borders. Some themes dealt with in the book - India-Pakistan relations, Kashmir, India’s Muslims and the rise of religious extremism - clearly show that most problems lend themselves only to a South Asian, rather than national, solution. The book continues engaging with the issues addressed in Firdaus Ahmed’s two earlier books, Think South Asia and Subcontinental Musings (both CinnamonTeal 2014).
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