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Pangs of Proximity: India and Sri Lanka′s Ethnic Crisis
A Framework of India's Approach towards its Neighbours India's Concerns in Sri Lanka Responses to the Ethnic Crisis July 1983 - July 1987 The Indo-Sri Lanka Agreement of July 1987 Role of the IndianExpand
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Foreign Policy of Nepal
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Regionalism Beyond the Regions: South Asia Outside SAARC
Dr. S.D. Muni is Appadorai Professor of International Politics, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. REGIONS HAVE ALWAYS played an important role in worldExpand
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A South Asian Parliament
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Refugees and regional security in South Asia
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Problem Areas in India's Neighbourhood Policy
WE DO NOT choose our neighbours; we have to learn to live with them. India has had an uneasy relationship with its neighbours. Its present dilemma in this respect stands exposed by the two mutuallyExpand
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Bhutan in the Throes of Ethnic Conflict
Peace and tranquility in the Himalayan Shangri-la, Bhutan, was shattered in September 1990, when 40-50, 000 Bhutanese of Nepali origin demonstrated—not only against the Kingdom's Drukpa dominatedExpand
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The third world: Concept and controversy
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1 have read Peter Worsley's contribution in your second issue carefully and with great interest. In his first work Third World (1964) he adopted an innovati%e approach towards the concept wherein heExpand
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India and Nepal: A Changing Relationship
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Comprehensive security : the South Asian case
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