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Armed conflicts in South Asia, 2008

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Published by Routledge in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Contributed articles in a volume commissioned by Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi.

Edition Notes

Statementeditors, D. Suba Chandran, P.R. Chari.
ContributionsSuba Chandran, D., Chari, P. R., Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (New Delhi, India)
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 280 p. ;
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17054212M
ISBN 109780415476225
LC Control Number2008308640
OCLC/WorldCa243677104

in Northeast Asia (China, Japan, and Korea), Southeast Asia, and South Asia, respectively. Each of these regional or country discus-sions follows a common format to better engage the core issues af-fecting political stability and to facilitate cross-regional comparison. Each discussion begins by identifying key current and emerging _____. Even within the large and populous cities of South Asia, many people live in compact, reconstituted villages where standards of living can be relatively high. true The Mughals helped produce the Hindi language, which became the language of trade and is still used by millions of people. Present Article attempts to sketch the application of International Humanitarian Law in the context of internal armed conflict in India, as well as various approaches at national and international.


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