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Asian Strategic Review 2016

 
S.D. Muni (Editor) Vivek Chadha (Editor)
Synopsis

The emerging trends of terrorism in Asia have in the recent past challenged the conventional wisdom that dictated and defined violence by non-state actors. This, as the chapters in this volume suggest, is illustrated by its distinct characteristics, forcing the world at large to grapple with these threats, including volunteers from countries that had remained isolated from the contagion until now.

Various facets of the challenge from the Islamic State (IS) and the unfolding contours of terrorism in Asia, have been analysed and written about in the past. Most of the perspectives have, however, been Western, with a sprinkling of Asian views. The present volume is a modest attempt to join the discourse on Asian terrorism from an Indian perspective. It is hoped that these essays will enliven and enrich the debate on the challenge of terrorism in Asia that is increasingly threatening peace and stability as well as values and ideals.

The volume has been organised in four sections. The first deals with the ideological and technological aspects as well as the funding, communication and weapons of the IS and other terror groupings. The remaining three sections focus on West and Central Asia, South Asia, as well as China and Southeast Asia.

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About the authors

S.D. Muni

Professor S.D. Muni, presently Visiting Research Professor with the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, was Indias Special Envoy to Southeast Asian countries on UN Security Council Reforms (2005-06) and served as Indias Ambassador to Lao PDR (1997-1999). In 2005, the Sri Lankan President bestowed on him sri Lanka Ratna`, the highest Sri Lankan civilian honour for a non-national. He taught and supervised research at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India for 33 years since 1974. In the University he held the prestigious Appadorai Chair of International Relations and Area Studies. He has been a member of Indias University Grants Commissions Standing Committee on Area Studies, and an expert on the faculty selection boards of various Universities in India. He was the founder Editor of Indian Foreign Affairs Journal (2005-2008), (Cambridge University Press, India) and South Asia Journal (1990-94) (Sage India).

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Vivek Chadha

Lt Col Vivek Chadha is presently at Army Headquarters, New Delhi. After graduating from the National Defence Academy, Pune, he was commissioned into the 8 Maratha Light Infantry during Operation Pawan (Sri Lanka). He has also served in Nagaland, Assam and Jammu and Kashmir. Lt Col Chadha’s previously published books are: Company Commander in Low Intensity Conflict: Principles, Preparation and Conduct (1997); The Book of Military Quotations (2001) and Soldiering (2003). He has also published a number of articles in periodicals like Infantry, Signalman, Infantry Plus and Pinnacle. Lt Col Chadha was awarded the United Service Institution of India, Center for Armed Forces Historical Research (USI-CAFHR), Maharana Pratap Chair for 2002-03. This book has arisen from research conducted during that period.

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Bibliographic information

Title Asian Strategic Review 2016
Format Hardcover
Date published: 18.03.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Pentagon Press
Language: English
isbn 9788182748835
length xiv+380p., Illustrations; Maps; 24cm.