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Editorial Board

Editorial Advisors

Ronald L.Watts (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada)


Douglas V. Verney (University of Pennsylvaniaa, USA)
 

Thomas Fleiner (Institute of Federalism, Fribourg, Switzerland)
 

J.Isawa Elaigwu (Institute of Governance & Research, Jos, Nigeria)
 

C. P. Bhambhri (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)
 

Kousar J.Azam (Osmania University, Hyderabad)
 

Gurnam Singh (Guru Nanak Deo University, Amritsar)
 

Partha S. Ghose (Indian Council of Social Research, New Delhi)

Editorial Committee

Arshi Khan

Kumar Suresh

Ajay Kumar Singh

Editor

Akhtar Majeed

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Indian Journal of Federal Studies
Fifth Issue (Vol.3, No.1), 2002

 

Contents

  1. The Relevance Today of the Federal Idea - Ronald L. Watts

  2. Nation - State and Globalization - Pandav Nayak

  3. The Plural Society And It's Fragments - Akhtar Majeed

  4. Sri Lanka's Devolution Debate: Is India the Role Model? - Partha S. Ghosh

  5. Yugoslav Federalism --- Unsuccessful Model of A Multi-National Community - Slobodan Samardzic

  6. Cultural- Pluralism In The Western And Indian Philosophy - Prasenjit Maiti

  7. Deconstructing 'Official': Language, Identity and Politics - Badri Narayan

  8. Reports of Seminars:

    • Indian Federalism: Issues in Union State Relations.

    • Nation and the Minorities.

    • Federal Management of Environment.

  9. Book Review

  10. Forum of Federations

    • USA

    • Canada

    • Germany

    • Mexico

    • Nigeria

    • Philippines

    • Afghanistan


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