Friday, August 25, 2006

IJPAIR Previous Issue January-June 2008


Amartya Sen "Multiculturalism.....

Malcolm Brown, " Islam and the Concept of the Secular"

Akmal Hussain, " A Vision for South Asia....

Alexander Lautensach and Sabina Lautensach, " Human Security in India...

Prabhat Patnaik, " The Economics of Imperialism....

Jyotirmaya Tripathy, " Puritan legacy of America"

Bernd Pflug, " Recognizing Multiple Identities"

J.Prabhash, "Imagining India in Times of Globalization"

G.P.Ramachandra, "Is There Really a Terrorist Threat to the West?"

Mathew Joseph C., "Bhutan: The Making of a Constitutional Monarchy"

K.M.Seethi, "Perils of Nuclear Renaissance.."

Sanal Mohan, "Reading Subaltern Studies"

Teresa Joseph, " Enduring Rivalry"

Editorial Board


General Editor


Associate Editors

Raju K. Thadikkaran


Girishkumar R.


Board of Advisory Editors

Immanuel Wallerstein (Yale University)

Francis Boyle(University of Illinois College of Law)
Prabhat Patnaik (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
Neera Chandhoke (Delhi University)
Rajen Harshe (Allahabad Central University)
T.V.Paul (McGill University)
Alexander Lautensach(University of Northern British Colombia)
Jayadeva Uyangoda (University of Colombo)
Sabina Alexander (University of Auckland and Human Security Institute)
Valerian Rodriguez (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

IJPAIR: Aims and Scope

IJPAIR is a refereed biannual journal published by the School of International Relations and Politics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India.

IJPAIR is committed to providing a space for the best of writings in Political Science and International Relations (IR). It publishes topical, scholarly work on significant debates in Politics and IR and on all major socio-economic, cultural and political issues affecting India and other countries.

IJPAIR seeks to uphold a pluralist perspective. Editorial policy promotes variety in subject matter and methodology.

IJPAIR welcomes articles from all perspectives and on all subjects pertaining to Politics and International Relations, besides conceptual essays and policy analysis.

Each volume will carry peer-reviewed research articles, and a mix of review essays, interviews and debates. Special issues will also be published from time to time.


IJPAIR is published in January and June every year. The articles and reviews will be sent for peer-review as soon as they are received. There will be a panel of referees who will look into various aspects of the articles/reviews received, such as topicality, contents, theoretical as well as empirical components and methodology.

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