Understanding terrorism in South Asia: beyond statist discourses
Terrorism Is Now An Over-Defined Concept With The State, Intellectuals, Dissenters, And Anti-State Activitivists Constantly Battling Out Its Meaning. The Understanding Of Terrorism In South Asia Cannot Remain Immune From The Global Discourse Of Violence And Terror. The Authors Of This Volume, Albeit In The Light Od Their Own Scholarly Pursuits, Have Tried To Make Sense Of The South Asian Situation By Going Beyond The Statist Discourses Of Our Time. Contributors Include Nira Wickramsinghe, Ranabir Samaddar, Jehan Perera, Shahedul Anam Khan, Sanjoy Hazarika Among Many Others.
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Colonial State Terror and
The State and the Limits of CounterTerrorism
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