2 edition of Economic framework of South Asian peace, security, and development found in the catalog.
Economic framework of South Asian peace, security, and development
by Dept. of Defence and Strategic Studies, University of Allahabad in Allahabad
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 40-44).
|Other titles||Economic frame work of South Asian peace, security, and development|
|Series||DODASS occasional paper ;, vol. 2, no. 4|
|Contributions||University of Allahabad. Dept. of Defence & Strategic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HF3770.3.Z5 A33 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2004327838|
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3 | P a g e and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in countries in transition. Additionally, the Joint UN-AU Framework for an Enhanced Partnership in Peace and Security.
The chapters in this book look at these countries in a historical context, from inter-regional and international perspectives. Conflict and peace in South Asia connect with a diverse array of factors, ranging from poverty, nuclear proliferation, heavy military expenditure at the expense of development and social goods, militancy, insurgency.
In security-obsessed South Asia where elite actors dictate discourses on development, it is fundamental that a broader group of stakeholders are involved in the cross-border and development book projects.
Peace and security for sustainable development security sector reform and the empowerment of civil society. These would be the keys to unlocking economic potential in developing countries.
In effect, it was frequently argued, the right sort of sustainable development was a higher priority for societies – and for whole regions – than. global development framework for the next fifteen years. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were formally adopted by UN Member States at a high-level summit in Septemberinclude peace as a central and integrated part.
China and Africa have both demonstrated that they acknowledge the strong link between peace and development. ASEAN Association of South East Asian Nations CFA Comprehensive Framework for Action peace, security and development within and across nations.
They are proposed by the CHS as the bi-parts of any human security policy framework. Human security recognizes the interlinkages security peace, development and human rights, and equally considers civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights; d.
recent international interest in South Asia is not temporary and based solely on the threat of terrorism and nuclearization, but rather reﬂects a realization that the world community cannot be safe or happy unless it involves the billion-plus people of South Asia in the critical decisions re-garding peace, security and development.
Recently as a revised free trade agreement between Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan came into force, it has become pertinent to discuss the economic interests and influence of big foreign powers (the states which can influence the region in one way or another).
economic conditions across and within the states pose significant challenges, a priori, for conflict management in the region. As is the case in many other regions, South Asia has been increasingly overwhelmed with what has been termed “non-traditional security threats”, su.
1 day ago The lack of a legal framework for water allocation. dealing with threats to peace and security, including the suppression and prevention of terrorism and extremism; and confronting major. United States have intensified their economic and security relations with South Asian countries.
But they Although a multilateral security framework is missing, existing bilateral cooperation academic discourse on regional security in South Asia focuses on Western or European experiences from the. This book examines in the context of South Asia, four inter related dimensions that constitute the central policy challenges of our time: consolidating democracy, confronting violent extremism, overcoming mass poverty, and addressing the challenge of climate change.
These dimensions are explored at the country-specific as well as the regional level, by some of the leading. PEACE, POVERTY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SOUTH ASIA: A POLICY FRAMEWORK By Dr. Akmal Hussain Paper for International Seminar on Prospects of Peace, Stability and Prosperity in South Asia organized by Institute of Strategic Studies on June at the Marriott Hotel, Islamabad and later published in the collection of papers titled.
As a post-conflict peace-building effort, ASEAN is giving special focus to the development of the Mekong Basin, in which all of them are located.
Particular emphasis is placed on human resources development, which ASEAN considers to be the key to their economic, social and political fulfillment and their fuller integration into the Association. The active interest of the international community in pushing for peace in South Asia has had a positive impact on the major South Asian players.
However, the military relationship between the US and India has added a new dimension to Pakistan’s security equation – thereby aggravating its security perceptions. A Perspective on Peace and Economic Cooperation in South Asia Akmal Hussain 1.
INTRODUCTION T his is the moment of reckoning in South Asia. The economic dynamism and innovativeness of its people is catapulting the region into a leadership position as the seismic change in the global economy shifts its center of gravity from the West to Asia.
Women, Peace and Security in Asia Pacific: E I N A P W, Peac S 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 3 ABOUT THE AUTHOR 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 INTRODUCTION 6 Women, peace and security framework and national action plans 6 Asia-pacific regional context 7 CHAPTER 1.
EMERGING ISSUES: CHALLENGES AND APPROACHES 9 i. Direct. This book is a compilation of well researched papers that examine the evolving economic, political, and social landscape of South Asia.
While celebrating the economic and political growth of the countries of the region, it also highlights the challenges that they are likely to face in the coming years, such as the domestic strife in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
3. A framework for designing peace-promoting economic development 11 Outcomes 11 Political economy 13 How change happens: opportunity, leadership and agency 15 4. Overlaps and tensions between economic development and peace 20 5. Applying the framework in adapting economic development plans 22 Planning and implementation.The Asia/Pacific region is the geopolitical center of the struggle for world power.
Competition for economic advantage and economic security fuel the region’s conflicts. The U.S.-Japan Mutual Security Treaty remains the keystone of and hegemony in the Asian/Pacific region.South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).
While considered a smaller power, Bangladesh had a major impact on the of this organizationdue to creation Rahman’s belief that peace and security were prerequisites for economic development in the region. Ironically, however, security was not included in SAARC’s initial agenda with.