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Publications

Books

Professor Radha Kumar

Making Peace with Partition (Penguin: 2005)

Divide and Fall? Bosnia in the Annals of Partition (Verso: 1997)

A History of Doing: Movements for Women’s Rights and Feminism in India, 1900-1990
(Kali for Women and Verso: 1993, 1995, 1996-2005, 2006), Hindi version, Rupa Books: 2003, Marathi version 2004

Ed, with Josep Palau, Bosnia: Between War and Peace (Municipalidad Valencia: 1993)

Dr. Tasneem Meenai

Edited with K. Santhanam et al. United Nations, Multilateralism and International Security (New Delhi: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) and Shipra Publications, 2005).

Co-authored with K. Santhanam et al. Iraq War 2003 - Rise of the New Unilateralism (New Delhi: IDSA and ANE Books, 2003)

Articles

Professor Radha Kumar

The Troubled History of Partition, Foreign Affairs, Dec-Jan 1997. Reprinted in Intervention and American Foreign Policy, a Foreign Affairs book, 2001, Prasenjit Duara (ed.), Decolonization: Perspectives from Now and Then, Routledge, 2004, Joshua S. Goldstein (ed.), At the Helm: Foreign Policy Choices in a Turbulent World, Longmans, 2003, and Richard K. Betts (ed.), Conflicts after the Cold War, Columbia University Press, 2002

The Partition Debate:Colonialism Revisited or New Policies? The Brown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2000

Untying the Kashmir Knot, World Policy Journal, Spring 2002

A Roadmap for Afghanistan, http://www.ssrc.org/sept11/essays/kumar.htm Feb. 2002

eligious Radicalism and Minorities in South Asia, in Robert Wirsing, Sathu Limaye and Mohan (ed.), Religious Radicalism and Security in South Asia, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Hawaii, 2004

Settling Partition Conflicts: Key Elements, Key Actors,in Michel Seymour (ed.), The Future of the Nation State, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004

Ethnic Partitions and Peace Processes: Lessons Learnt, the Options Ahead, TransEuropeean, Paris, Summer 2001, Hebrew University Occasional Paper, Jerusalem, Spring 2001. Reprinted in Ghislaine Glasson Deschaumes and Rada Ivekovic (eds.), Divided Countries, Separated Cities, Oxford University Press India, 2003

Sovereignty and Intervention: Opinions in South Asia, Pugwash Occasional Paper, January 2001

From Divide and Rule to Divide and Quit? in Mushirul Hassan, ed., Nationalism and Colonialism, Oxford University Press, 1998

Dr. Tasneem Meenai

Terrorism and the Limits to Regionalism in South Asia, in Gopal Singh and Ramesh K. Chauhan Eds. South Asia Today, (New Delhi: Anamika Publishers and Distributors, 2005).

From Central to Peripheral: The United Nations and the Recent Iraq Crisis in IDSA’s journal Strategic Analysis, Vol. 27 No. 4, October-December 2003, pp 577-602. Also at:http://www.idsa.in/publications/strategicanalyses/2003/oct/Tasneem%20Meenai.pdf.

Regionalism and the South Asian State the Imperatives of Globalisation in B. Ramesh Babu Ed. Globalisation and the South Asian State (New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1998)

Dr. Kaushikee

Caste Conflict in Bihar: The Identity Perspective and Potential for Conflict Transformation, Journal of Conflict Management and Development, Vol.2, 2004

Common and Specific Features of Displaced Women, Refugee Watch, No. 21, April 2004,http://www.safhr.org/refugee_watch21_feature2.htm

Detention and Deportation in the Wake of 9/11, Footpaths, Vol. 3, No.4, Fall 2002,
http://www.emu.edu/ctp/footpaths/vol3no4/page1.html

Op Eds

  • Professor Radha Kumar
  • A Conference in Pakistan, DNA, 21.3.2006
  • Settling the Kashmir Dispute, Indian Express, 22.9.2005
  • Whither the Peace Process? Indian Express, 21.9.2005
  • The View from Srinagar, Indian Express, 20.9.2005
  • Indo-US Ties: Why the Flak? Indian Express, 28.8.2005
  • The Good News From Islamabad, The News International, 9.3.2005

 

 

 

 

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