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South Asia in World Affairs series

T.V. Paul, series editor

South Asia, which consists of 8 states and more than one fifth of humanity, has emerged as a pivotal region for global order. India’s economic development and rise toward becoming a major power, the region’s growing geostrategic significance in both the domains of transnational terrorism and nuclear proliferation, and the protracted conflict in Afghanistan are just a few examples of why South Asia has become increasingly important in contemporary international affairs. This book series aims to publish high quality scholarly works about the region and its international relations, especially about topics relating to security and foreign policy, but also political economy, development, and the environment as they impinge on security, foreign policy, and global order. The series is open to works that advance theory or analyze contemporary policy.

Countries Included in the Series: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

To submit a proposal or manuscript, please contact:
Donald Jacobs
Acquisitions Editor
Georgetown University Press
3240 Prospect Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
dpj5@georgetown.edu

Editorial Advisory Board:
Rajesh Basrur, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, NTU, Singapore
Maya Chadda, William Paterson University
Stephen P. Cohen, Brookings Institution
C. Christine Fair, Georgetown University
Timothy Hoyt, U.S. Naval War College
Paul Kapur, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
Rajesh Rajagopalan, Jawaharal Nehru University, New Delhi
Aseema Sinha, Claremont McKenna College

Strategy and Policy Choices for America's Longest War
Understanding Islamic Parties, Political Violence, and Extremism in Pakistan