Auteur Baniateilang Majaw is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Seng Khasi College, Shillong, India. He i...
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Baniateilang Majaw is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Seng Khasi College, Shillong, India. He is the recipient of the Junior Research Fellowship for International and Area Studies by the University Grant Commission, New Delhi, India. He is the author of Regional Politics in Meghalaya (2015) and Struggle for Hill State: An Unfulfilled Dream (2018).
Résumé This volume studies the challenges of climate change in South Asia and examines the role of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in addressing them.
Introduction 2. Theories of Regional Cooperation 3. Climate Change Danger in South Asian Countries 4. SAARC Policy Initiatives for Cooperation in Climate Change 5. Responses of the SAARC Member Countries 6. Climate Change and Regional Cooperation in SAARC: Problems and Prospects 7. Conclusion