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    • The HMEC: An American Hindutva 

      Wiker, James McCallum (2013-04-17)
      Over the past 20 years the Hindutva movement, both in the United States and India, has grown increasingly assertive. Often the American Hindutva movement is dismissed as insignificant or treated as simple extension of its ...
    • Politics of ports: China’s investments in Pakistan, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh 

      Kahandawaarachchi, Thilini
      Over the last decade China has heavily invested in deep-water ports in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Many scholars explain these investments in light of China’s economic expansion and long-term strategic goals. ...
    • Screening Subjects: Humanitarian Government and the Politics of Asylum at Palawan 

      Pangilinan, James
      Contemporary humanitarian government of refugee resettlement entails a formative politics of asylum that legally assesses the truth of persecution and thus claims to "refugee" identity. In the Palawan First-Asylum Camp ...
    • Theurgy and the Snake: The Yoga Kalandar and Bengali Sufism 

      Cantú, Keith Edward
      A radically alternative vision of the fakir is given in surviving medieval (Bng. madhya-ẏug, “Middle Age”) and pre-modern textual sources that predate and coincide with the colonial period in Bengal, such as the widely ...