Civil war or genocide? : Britain and the secession of East Pakistan in 1971
Title: Civil war or genocide? : Britain and the secession of East Pakistan in 1971
Author: MOSES, A. Dirk
Citation: Aparna SUNDAR and Nandini SUNDAR (eds), Civil wars in South Asia : state, sovereignty, development, New Delhi : Sage India, 2014, pp. 142-164
Table of Contents:
-- Acknowledgements -- Introduction : sovereignty, development and civil war / Aparna Sundar and Nandini Sundar -- Contextualizing civil wars in South Asia / Nandini Sundar -- Sri Lanka : military fiscalism and the politics of market reform at a time of civil war / Rajesh Venugopal -- The transnational political economy of civil war in Afghanistan / Alessandro Monsutti -- Aid and violence : development, insurgency and social transformation in Nepal / Antonio Donini and Jeevan Raj Sharma -- Civil war or genocide? : Britain and the secession of east Pakistan in 1971 / Anthony Dirk Moses -- The rise of jihadi militancy in Pakistan's tribal areas / Haris Gazdar, Yasser Kureshi and Asad Sayeed -- Routine emergencies : India's armed forces special powers act / Sanjib Baruah -- Local agitations in a globalized context : a case study of Shopian and Bomai / Gowhar Ashraf Fazili -- Articulating grievance in southeast Myanmar / Stephen Campbell -- About the editors and contributors -- Index
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