Aim & Scope
Examinations of South Asiaís diversity have too often been limited by the national borders of its nation-states Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Contemporary South Asia seeks to remedy this by presenting research and analysis on contemporary issues affecting the region as a whole. It seeks to cultivate an awareness that South Asia is more than a sum of its parts a fact of great importance not only to the states and peoples of the region, but to the world as a whole and to address the major issues facing South Asia from a regional and interdisciplinary perspective. The overriding purpose of the journal is to encourage scholars to search for means, both theoretical and practical, by which our understanding of the present problems of co-operation and confrontation in the region, amongst its diaspora, and within the global context can be enhanced. Contemporary South Asia also includes a comprehensive book review section as well as occasional ëViewpointsí non-academic opinion on current regional issues and 'Research Notes' of works in progress. 
No authors listed.Contemporary South Asia , 2024 , pp 1-8.
No authors listed.Contemporary South Asia , 2024 , pp 1-9.