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Radicalization in South Asia: Context, Trajectories and Implications

by Mubashar Hasan, Kenji Isezaki and Sameer Yasir SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Pub Date:
07/2019
ISBN:
9789353285487
Format:
Hbk 468 pages
Price:
AU$122.00 NZ$124.35
Product Status: Not Yet Published - See Pub Date for expected date
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Presents a timely discourse to engage with issues of radicalization in South Asia and offers a diverse overview of radicalization and de-radicalization across South Asian societies.



Foreword by Irfan Habib
Acknowledgements
Introduction to Radicalization in South Asia: Context, Trajectories and Implications - Mubashar Hasan, Kenji Isezaki and Sameer Yasir
Fortunes of Radicalism: Indian Maoists and the Dead End of Politics - Maidul Islam
Kashmir's Syncretic Tradition and Challenges of Radicalization in a Raging Conflict - Noor Ahmed Baba
Terrorist Narratives and Recruitment in South Asia: The India Factor - Nazneen Mohsina and Sinan Siyech
Religious and Political Transformations in the Maldives: The Macro-Level Contexts of Radicalization - Azim Zahir
Counter-radicalization in Sri Lanka: A Blueprint for Action - Iraj De Alwis, Anishka De Zylva and Barana Waidyatilake
Deracializing Militant Youth in Northern Pakistan - Raafia Raees Khan and Feriha N. Peracha
Countering Radicalization through Education: Global Policy Trends and the Case of Pakistan - Fatima Waqi Sajjad
Bangladesh's 'War on Terror' and Madrasa Education - Asif bin Ali
The Gender Dimension of Extremism: The Unfolding Links between Women and Extremism in Bangladesh - Shahab Enam Khan
Perception of the Pathways towards Radicalization among Urban Youth in Bangladesh - Bulbul Siddiqi
Developing Counter-narrative for De-radicalization in Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges - Mahbubur Rahman
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