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Dr. Keshav Mishra, Professor & Head of Department -FSS, Banaras Hindu University Dr. Shachee Agnihotri, Assistant Professor, Sharda University
Dr. Tilak Jha, Associate Professor, Bennett University
Trade, technology and the resultant socio-political contests are changing the world faster than ever before in human history. Albeit, for most of the 20th century, the fundamental material basis of these changes remained rooted in the traditional worldview based on hierarchy, supremacy and domination. The Asia-led second and third world resurgence in the 21st century, however, is giving birth to new geopolitical and geoeconomics dynamics which is bringing maturation of institutions, development stakeholders and global governance. It is also imposing higher costs on wars and militarism, and diminishing returns on restrictive domestic state policies in the long-term. Also, the Anthropocene era gradually coming full circle is stimulating total realignment in the foundational dynamics of society, culture, technology, health, education, employment, agriculture, climate and even family and the individual.
How do we need to assess and interpret the contemporary historical issues in the light of the above framework? How should we view the role of countries such as India, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, South Africa or Brazil in shaping a new worldview? How could these changes pan out in a world where human mark on human evolution will be primarily determined by human endeavour alone? Will it also significantly influence our universal notions of state, rights, citizenship, socio-cultural identity and responsibility? Finally, how much and for how long will it determine the new global dynamics? This edited volume seeks to scratch the surface and analyse some major developments which reshaped the contemporary History in the above theoretical outline to interpret the emerging dynamics of world politics.
- Socio-political undercurrents in Contemporary Asia
- Changing dynamics of Multilateralism in contemporary Asia
- Military, Technology and Asia in New World Order
- A Economic shifts and trends in Contemporary Asian History
- Ecology, Climate and 21st century
- Media and Culture
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- Abstract submission: 31 December 2022
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