Combining theoretical and empirical insights, this publication presents an in-depth research of South Asia's transition within the parts of democracy, political economic climate and safeguard because the finish of the chilly struggle. It offers a detailed scrutiny to the country of democracy and political economic climate in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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