Jammu and Kashmir (1990 and Beyond): Competitive Politics in the Shadow of Separatism
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Book ID : 44117
ISBN-10 : 93-5328-231-4 / 9353282314
ISBN-13 : 978-93-5328-231-8 / 9789353282318
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
328p., Index, 23 cm. (SAGE Series on Politics in Indian States, Volume 2)
CONTENTS:- 1. The Background to the State Politics of Jammu and Kashmir: The Context of Conflict. 2. State of Jammu and Kashmir: Internal Complexity. 3. Politics of Separatism: 1989–2010. 4. The Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits. 5. Restoration of Democracy in Separatist Context of Kashmir. 6. Competitive Politics in Jammu and Kashmir. 7. Governance in Jammu and Kashmir. 8. Inter-regional Relations and Politics of Jammu and Ladakh Since 1990. 9. Democracy and Politics of Separatism in Kashmir: 2014 and After.
Jammu and Kashmir: 1990 and Beyond aims to provide a comprehensive presentation of the politics of Jammu and Kashmir from 1990 right up to the current times. The book begins with the history of the state from the time of its accession to India to the onset of separatism and militancy around 1989. It covers the upheavals experienced due to militancy and the major shifts in the state's competitive politics. The book provides complete coverage and analysis of each election since 1996 with extensive electoral data-across the state and region-wise. It highlights the success of democratic politics in the period 2002-2014, principally due to effective separation of the democratic sphere of 'politics of governance' and the separatist sphere of 'politics of conflict resolution'. This is the second book in the SAGE Series on Politics in Indian States, which comprises volumes covering important trends in the politics of major states of India since the 1990s. The series situates the state politics in the larger socio-historical context and presents a detailed analysis of the significant patterns of competitive politics in the state in the light of the rise of new social forces and changing political economy.