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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
Eighth Issue ( 2/2003 )

 

Contents

  1. Federalism As Peace Structure (Relevance for Sri Lanka and Other Multi-Ethnic Societies) - Johan Galtung

  2. Electoral Strategies of Ethnic Conflict-Management - Priyankar Upadhya

  3. Inter-Governmental Relations in Canada and India - Rekha Saxena

  4. Institutions of Inter-governmental Relations in the Federal Framework of Australia and India - Himanshu Jha

  5. Asymmetry in Local Democracy (An Overview of North-East India's Experience) - H. Kham Khan Suan

  6. Forum of Federations:

    • Federalism--- Flexibility and Limitations - CÚline Auclair

    • Nigeria: Does the Center Keep Too Much of Cash? - Kingsley Kubeyinja

  7. Book Review

  8. Appendix:

    • Recommendations on the Union-State Relations made by the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution


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