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Democratic Process, Foreign Policy And Human Rights In South Asia

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ISBN: 9788121210447    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2010     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 320        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Joseph Benjamin has done considerable research on the problems of weaker sections of Indian Society. He has published a number of high quality articles in papers and prestigious...Read more
Description About The Author:- Joseph Benjamin has done considerable research on the problems of weaker sections of Indian Society. He has published a number of high quality articles in papers and prestigious national journals. He did his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science. His books includes (i) Scheduled Castes in Indian Politics and Society, (ii) Indo-Pak Relations, (iii) Minorities in Indian Social System, (iv) Human Rights in Indian Situation. Currently he is Reader and Head, Department of Political Science, St. Francis de Sales' College, (RTM Nagpur University) Nagpur. He has been teaching in St. Francis de Sales' College, (RTM Nagpur University) since 1987.Contents:- Contents # Preface, Introduction, List of Contributors, Joseph Benjamin, . Communism, Military, Democracy, Civil Society, and Human Rights in Afghanistan, John Alexander, . Democracy and Human Rights in Bangladesh, Indra Mohan Jha, . Bangladesh: Assessing Democratic, Consolidation and the Human Rights Situation, under Civil-Military Regime, Sreya Maitra, . Bhutan: - Monarchy and Simulated Democracy, in the Amphitheatre of Hills, Dharam Pal Singh, . Women and Violation of Human Rights, Flavia Agnes, Democratic Process, Foreign Policy and Human Rights in South Asia, . Attack on Minorities and Minority Commission, Ram Puniyani, . Dalits and Law in India, Subhash Garade, . Civil Society, Polity and Human Rights in, Maldives, Joseph Benjamin, . Recent Development in Nepal and Indian, Foreign Policy Dilemma: A Neo-realist, Perspective, Rajneesh Kumar Gupta, . Civil Society and Struggle for Human Rights, in Nepal, Arjun Karki and Neeraj Joshi, . Human Rights in Pakistan: A Heuristic of Hope, and Despair, Sangeeta Mahapatra, . Self-determination, Sovereignty and, Democracy: The Reality Behind the Rhetoric, in Sri Lanka, Rohini Hensman, Index.About The Book:- Eight Nations Of South Asia Are Strategically Located, Where The Human Rights Are Brazenly Violated. It Needs Probing Analysis In A Comprehensive Manner. The Ironical Fact Juts Out Like A Sore Thumb, That These Nations, Which Have Abysmal Record, Are Ironically Enough Signatories Of Un Charter On Universal Declaration Of Human Rights. Many Of These Nations, Namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal And Sri Lanka Have Emerged Independent After The End Of Second World War In 1945. Afghanistan, Nepal And Bhutan Escaped Physical Occupation Of Any Colonial Power. Almost All Nations Have Adopted Democratic Set Up With Mixed Outcome And Have Been Plagued By Terrorism, Internal Instability, Poverty And Social Backwardness. These Member Nations Being Economically Backward, Have Realized That They Could Improve The Socio-Economic Condition Of Their People, Through Mutual Co-Operation And Partnership. The Present Book Is An Attempt To Study The Human Rights Violation And Democratic Processes In South Asian Sub-System, Which Has Been Explosive And Turbulent For Long Stretches Of Time. The Study Is Leveraged By Out Of Box Insights., About The Author:- Joseph Benjamin Has Done Considerable Research On The Problems Of Weaker Sections Of Indian Society. He Has Published A Number Of High Quality Articles In Papers And Prestigious National Journals. He Did His M.A. And Ph.D. In Political Science. His Books Includes (I) Scheduled Castes In Indian Politics And Society, (Ii) Indo-Pak Relations, (Iii) Minorities In Indian Social System, (Iv) Human Rights In Indian Situation. Currently He Is Reader And Head, Department Of Political Science, St. Francis De Sales' College, (Rtm Nagpur University) Nagpur. He Has Been Teaching In St. Francis De Sales' College, (Rtm Nagpur University) Since 1987., Content:- Preface, Introduction, List Of Contributors, Joseph Benjamin, . Communism, Military, Democracy, Civil Society, And Human Rights In Afghanistan, John Alexander, . Democracy And Human Rights In Bangladesh, Indra Mohan Jha, . Bangladesh: Assessing Democratic, Consolidation And The Human Rights Situation, Under Civil-Military Regime, Sreya Maitra, . Bhutan: - Monarchy And Simulated Democracy, In The Amphitheatre Of Hills, Dharam Pal Singh, . Women And Violation Of Human Rights, Flavia Agnes, Democratic Process, Foreign Policy And Human Rights In South Asia, . Attack On Minorities And Minority Commission, Ram Puniyani, . Dalits And Law In India, Subhash Garade, . Civil Society, Polity And Human Rights In, Maldives, Joseph Benjamin, . Recent Development In Nepal And Indian, Foreign Policy Dilemma: A Neo-Realist, Perspective, Rajneesh Kumar Gupta, . Civil Society And Struggle For Human Rights, In Nepal, Arjun Karki And Neeraj Joshi, . Human Rights In Pakistan: A Heuristic Of Hope, And Despair, Sangeeta Mahapatra, . Self-Determination, Sovereignty And, Democracy: The Reality Behind The Rhetoric, In Sri Lanka, Rohini Hensman, Index.
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