A Politics of Development Group at Stockholm University Publication
CONTENTS
1 ANUP PAHARI & MARK TURIN, Editorial
i
2 JOHN WHELPTON, Thoughts on the Maoist Problem
1
3 AMANDA SNELLINGER, A Crisis in Nepali Student Politics? Analysing the Gap Between Politically Active and Non-Active Students
18
4 BANDANA SHRESTHA & SOM NIROULA,Internally Displaced Persons in Nepal
44
5 H SRIKANTH & C J THOMAS, Naga Resistance Movement and the Peace Process in Northeast India
56
6 LAKHWINDER SINGH, Techno-Industrial Cooperation for Development between the Two Punjabs
87
7 TRIDIVESH SINGH MAINI, Southasian Economic Integration and the Role of Indian Punjab
100
8 Book Reviews
115

ISBN: 983-41830-0-3



The Peace and Democracy in South Asia (PDSA) is an independent, international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal of peace and democracy in the region comprised by Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Articles across the range of scholarly disciplines and from different intellectual perspectives are invited for publication consideration. Peace and democracy are regarded as interdependent and mutually reinforcing processes with domestic, regional and international implications.

 
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Ishtiaq Ahmed

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Anindita Dasgupta

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Tanka Subba

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