The book is a latest and informative addition to the literature on South Asia with the ministrations of the great powers such as United States, with the focus being upon the notion of internal security in the region. The internal security scenario in each of the nations in South Asia has been zeroed in upon with the emphasis being on the question of ethnicity, race, regional and cross border terrorism, the scourge of parallel economies, the threat of Naxalism, the gradual talibanisation of the region, along with the refugee and drug laundering. The underlying message is that if a nation has to prosper and attain power and status in the international firmament then it ought to learn the art of keeping the house in order.
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About the Author
Devaditya Chakravarty is a BA, LLB (Hons.) student at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar, India. He has numerous publications and paper presentations to his credit, with his research interests varying from Intelllectual Property Rights, Public Policy, Sports Law, Corporate Finance, Psycho-Legal to Investment and Securities Law. He has interned with quite a handful of law firms and NGO's and has had much insightful experience to share. He has represented his university at prestigious international moot court competitions like Henry Dunant and Philip C. Jessup. He is also a Student Editor of his university law journal 'GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics' and an Executive Editor of a book to be brought out by the GNLU Center for Food Security and Agro-Economy.