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Volume 4, Number 1: November 2012
     Cover Art   |   Editor's Introduction   |   Inside Front Cover   |   Inside Back Cover   |   ISSN: 2158-0669
Table of Contents

    Essays

1-16 Neoliberal Globalization and the Politics of Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa
Saul Tobias
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17-31 State Sponsored Famine: Conceptualizing Politically Induced Famine as a Crime against Humanity
Jlateh Vincent Jappah and Danielle Taana Smith
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32-40 Diplomacy and Cosmopolitanism in a Globalized World
Adina Borcan
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41-58 Global Journeys: From Transnationalism to Diaspora
Nadja C. Johnson
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59-80 Globalization and Shanghai Model: A Retrospective and Prospective Analysis
Linsun Cheng
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    Review Essay

81-87 China Global Governance and Crisis Management
Raviprasad Narayanan
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    Book Reviews

88-90 Michel Picard and Rémy Madinier (Eds.) The Politics of religion in Indonesia: syncretism, orthodoxy, and religious contention in Java and Bali. London and New York: Routledge (2011)
reviewed by Carool Kersten
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91-92 David C. Kang. East Asia before the West: Five centuries of trade and tribute. New York: Columbia University Press (2010)
reviewed by Hang Lin
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93-95 S.E. Nepstad. Nonviolent revolutions: Civil resistance in the late 20th century. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2011)
reviewed by George Poluse
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96-101 Amitav Acharya, & Barry Buzan (Eds.) Non-Western international relations theory: Perspectives on and beyond Asia. New York: Routledge (2010)
reviewed by William J. Jones
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102-105 Carool Kersten. Cosmopolitans and heretics: New Muslim intellectuals and the study of Islam. London; New York: Hurst, Columbia (2011)
reviewed by Chiara Formichi
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106-108 Ashutosh Misra, & Michael E. Clarke (Eds.). Pakistan’s stability paradox: Domestic, regional and international dimensions. Milton Park, UK: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by C. Ryan Perkins
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109-111 Sanjaya Acharya. Pro-poor growth and liberalization in developing economies: The case of Nepal. New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Gyan Pradhan
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112-114 Damian Howard. Being Human in Islam: The impact of the evolutionary worldview. London & New York: Routledge (2011)
reviewed by Martin Riexinger
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115-116 Ian Storey. Southeast Asia and the rise of China: The search for security. Routledge Security in Asia Series. London and New York: Routledge (2011)
reviewed by John Walsh
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117-119 Mark Beeson & Richard Stubbs (Eds.). Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism., Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Torsten Weber
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120-122 Biswamoy Pati & Mark Harrison (Eds.). The Social History of Health and Medicine in Colonial India. London & New York: Routledge (2009)
reviewed by Amelia Bonea
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123-125 Jayatilleke S. Bandara, Prema-chandra Athukorala, and Saman Kelegama, (Eds.). Trade liberalisation and poverty in South Asia. Routledge (2011)
reviewed by Rina M. Alluri
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126-128 Ken’ichi Ikeda and Sean Richey. Social networks and Japanese democracy: The beneficial impact of interpersonal communication in East Asia. New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Gloria Garcia
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129-132 Lawrence Sáez & Gurharpal Singh (Eds.). New dimensions of politics in India: The United Progressive Alliance in Power. London: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Mario González Castañeda
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133-135 Myna German and Padmini Banerjee (Eds.) Migration, technology and transculturation: A global perspective. St. Charles: Lindenwood University Press (2011)
reviewed by Monika Kopytowska
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136-138 Dennis B. McGilvray and Michelle R. Gamburd, (Eds.). Tsunami Recovery in Sri Lanka: Ethnic and Regional Dimensions. London: Routledge (2010)
reviewed by Aaron Mulvany
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139-141 Mandakranta Bose. Women in the Hindu tradition. Rules, roles and exceptions. Routledge (2010)
reviewed by Susanne Kranz
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142-144 Glen Peterson. Overseas Chinese in the People’s Republic of China. London and New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Karen M. Teoh
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145-147 N. K. Otmazgin and E. Ben-Ari. Popular culture and the state in East and Southeast Asia. New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Gwenola Ricordeau
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148-150 Jivanta Schöttli. Vision and strategy in Indian politics: Jawaharlal Nehru’s policy choices and the designing of political institutions. Oxford and New York: Routledge (2012)
reviewed by Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay
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151-153 Goenka, A. and D. Henley (Eds.). Southeast Asia’s credit revolution: From moneylenders to microfinance. Milton Park, UK: Routledge (2010)
reviewed by Christina Dames
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154-156 Nancy Rosenberger. Seeking food rights: Nation, inequality and repression in Uzbekistan. Case studies on contemporary social issues. John A. Young, (Ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning (2012)
reviewed by Vika Gardner
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157-160 Peter Button. Configuration of the real in Chinese literary and aesthetic modernity. Collection Ideas, History and Modern China. Leiden: Brill Press (2009)
reviewed by Florent Villard
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161-163 C. Sarmento. (Ed.). Permanent transit: Discourses and maps of the intercultural experience. Newcastle-on-Tyne. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2012)
reviewed by Myna German
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