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Conflict Resolution in South Asia

V. Suryanarayan (Editor) Teresa Joseph (Editor)

This compendium of 14 papers, presented at a national seminar, jointly organized by the Centre for Asia Studies, Chennai, and the Centre for Gandhian Studies, Alphonsa College, Pala, Kerala, attempts to analyze the various dimensions of conflict resolution in South Asia.

Exploring the conflict scenario in South Asia, it discusses at length the implications of conflict resolution practice, the peace-building approach, role of Satyagraha in conflict resolution, and economic development leading to conflict resolution. Some case studies of conflict resolution from Sri Lanka, Tibet and Jammu and Kashmir make part of the discussion as well.

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About the authors

V. Suryanarayan

Prof. V. Suryanarayan is one of India's leading specialists in South and South East Asian Studies. He brings to bear in his teaching and research keen insights in history, political science and international relations. For more than two decades, he was associated with the Centre for South and South East Asian Studies, University and Madras, first as the founding Director and later as Senior Professor. He was Visiting Professor, Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles; Colombus College, University System of Georgia; School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Peradeniya University, Sri Lanka. His major publications, including edited volumes, are: Singapre: Path to Independence (1978); Sri Lanka Crisis and India's Response (1991); South and Southeast Asia in the 1990's; Indian and American Perspectives (1992); Indian Ocean and Its Islands: Stratigic, Scientific and Historical Perspectives (1993); Andaman and Nicobar Islands: Challenges of Development (1994); Kachchativu and Problems of Indian Fishermen in the Palk Bay Region (1994) and Between Fear and Hope: Sri Lanka Refugees in Tamil Nadu (2000). A well-known commentator, he is a regular contributor to The HIndu and the Frontline. Dr. Suryanarayan is currently associated with the University of Calicut as Professor for Maritime Studies.

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Teresa Joseph

Teresa Joseph is Lecturer in the Depatment of political science, Alphonsa College, Pala, Kerala. She holds a Ph.D.in international relations and has written a number of articals on international politics and the mass media.

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Bibliographic information

Title Conflict Resolution in South Asia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2013
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Reference Press
Language: English
isbn 9788184050790
length x+308p., 23cm.