Insurgency And Terrorism In India And Pakistan
Insurgency is most commonly used to describe a movement's unlawfulness by virtue of not being authorized by or in accordance with the law of the land. When used by a state or an authority under threat, "insurgency" implies an illegitimacy of cause upon those rising up, whereas those rising up will see the authority itself as being illegitimate. In cases of rebellions, the term insurgents refer to those who are not part of the decision-making entity that has the ability to make laws. This book is covering major insurgence, terrorism and Great leaders which become the victims of insurgency. Recently one of the great leaders from Pakistan Benazir Bhutto has assassinated by insurgents or terrorists. This book is beneficial for those dealing with International Politics, Current Affairs and Women Leaders.
Md. Elyas is a reader in the Department of Political Science at Agra University. He has obtained his M.A in Political Science and was awarded the Gold Medal for standing first position in University. He received his PhD in International Politics from Aligarh Muslim University. He has to his credit brilliant and rich teaching experience. Besides, he is an ardent researcher and has tremendous organizing capacity. He has participated and presented his papers in many seminars and conferences in India and abroad on Terrorism, Biological Weapons and on International Politics. He has travelled widely in Europe, Canada, Middle East, Pakistan, U.S .A and African Countries.
Preface VII 1. Insurgency: Definition and Meaning --Pg. 1 2. Theories of Insurgency --Pg. 22 3. Politics of Insurgency --Pg. 50 4. Typology of Insurgency --Pg. 57 5. Model of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency --Pg.70 6. Perspectives of Insurgency --Pg. 93 7. The Counterinsurgency --Pg. 109 8. Violence by Small Groups --Pg. 125 9. Territoriality in Insurgency --Pg. 153 10. Modalities of Insurgency --Pg. 200 11. Negation in Insurgency --Pg. 250 12. Analysis and Results of Asian Insurgencies --Pg. 300 13. Benazir Bhutto: A Profile --Pg. 325 14. Victims of Insurgencies in India and Pakistan --Pg. 333 Bibliography --Pg. 355 Index --Pg. 363