India, Europe and Conflict Resolution in South Asia

Rajendra K Jain

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South Asia has been a region which has witnessed five full-scale interstate conflicts, where adversaries are major Asian powers armed with nuclear weapons, and where no country has been free from insurgencies and separatist movements.

Containing eight essays by Indian and European experts, this volume examines the genesis, nature and features of the European Union’s policy of conflict resolution. It examines the causes, consequences and prospects of conflict in South Asia. It evaluates the role of the European Union in conflict resolution in Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. It also assesses Norway’s role in conflict resolution in Mynamar.

The study will be of interest to all those engaged in the fields of political science, international relations, conflict studies, and Indian and South Asian politics and foreign policy

Rajendra K Jain Rajendra K Jain is Director, Europe Area Studies Programme and Professor of European Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is the first and only Jean Monnet Chair in India and Adjunct Professor (Research), Monash European and EU Studies Centre, Monash University, Melbourne. He was formerly Visiting Humboldt Foundation Professor at Constance, Freiburg, Leipzig and Tübingen universities in Germany as well as Visiting Professor, the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, and the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya.

Prof. Jain has participated in over 150 national/international conferences, including 100 conferences in various parts of the world. He is the author of 100 articles/chapters in books as well as the author/editor of over 30 books, the most recent being The European Union and South Asia (KW Publishers, 2015), India and the European Union in a Changing World (Aakar Books, 2014) and Multiculturalism in India and Europe (Aakar Books, 2014).

CONTNETS

List of Abbreviations
Contributors
Preface
1. Conflicts in South Asia: Causes, Consequences, Prospects
S.D. Muni
2. The European Union and Conflict Resolution in South Asia
Anne Marshall
3. The European Union and Conflict Resolution
John Doyle
4. The European Union and Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan
Gulshan Sachdeva
5. The European Union and Conflict Resolution in Nepal
Manish Thapa
6. The European Union and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka
Rajendra K. Jain
7. Norway and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka
Keerthi Sampath Kumar
8. The EU, India and Conflict Resolution in Myanmar: Is there a Space for Cooperation?
Patryk Kugiel
Index

 

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