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Globalisation and Regional Security: India and Australia

D. Gopal (Editor) Dennis Rumley (Editor)
Synopsis Geopolitical realities of the 21st century in the aftermath of the Cold war and the currently evolving process of globalisation require construction of a 'New' Security Paradigm designed to meet the emerging regional security challenges of most counties across the world. Keeping his in focus, the book seeks to highlight the increasing mutuality of regional security interests of India and Australia consequent upon emerging global order and the ensuing regional debate over the changing nature of security and the principal directions oa new regional security agenda might take as well as the ways in which India and Australia might play a role in the construction of a new regional security paradigm.
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About the authors

D. Gopal

D. Gopal is Programme Coordinator at the Masters level in the Faculty of Political Science, Coordinator of Australian Studies, School of social Sciences, IGNOU. A Relations, Prof. Gopal obtained his Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He also received training in Distance Education in the Institute of Education, University of London, and has been Visiting Fellow at UK Open University, Milton Keynes. He has contributed extensively to the development of academic programmes, curriculum and course material for IGNOU. His recent interest is the expansion of Australian Studies and he is developing a Post-graduate Diploma in Australian Studies at his University. Among several of his research publications, his latest is Australia in the Emerging Global Order (2002).

Dennis Rumley

Dennis Rumley is associate Professor, School of social and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia. He gained a Ph.D. at the University of British Columbia and has taught at the University of Western Australia since then, apart from 1991-3 when he was Professor of Australian Studies at the University of Tokyo. He has published widely in various areas of political geography. His most recent book is the Geopolitics of Australia's Regional Relation, and his current research projects are in the areas of water security, Australia's "arc of instability", regionalism and Australia-Asia relations. He is a full member of the International Geographical Union Commission on the world Political Map, English-language editor of Chiri, the Japanese journal of human geography, and on the editorial boards of Geojournal and Political Geography.

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Title Globalisation and Regional Security: India and Australia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788175413276
length viii+264p., Tables; References; Index; 23cm.