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ISBN 9780761934523
Publisher

SAGE India

Publication Year 2005
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780761934523

ISBN-10 0761934529
Binding

Hard Back

Number of Pages 316 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Politics

This volume tells us that a critical inquiry into the idea of autonomy suggests that the politics of the future will be the politics of autonomies: an engagement that combines notions like self-government, women`s autonomy, devolution of power, the rights of minorities, greater popular access to resources, and legal pluralism, and where different autonomies must learn to negotiate and co-exist. Viewing democratic theory through the lens of autonomy, the contributors: - argue that autonomy has to be an essential ingredient in the building of post-colonial democracies, not merely a residual measure to keep some constituencies happy; - draw attention to the contending principles of autonomy, the consequent politics of autonomies, the inescapable co-existence of autonomies, and the need for dialogue; and - analyze the instructive Indian politico-historical experience because of its diversity and range, the extent of colonial institutionalization, multiple forms of autonomy, the complex path of constitutionalism, a wide variety of accords, and the unyielding state that is determined to keep the nation intact. In the process, the contributors traverse a wide range of issues relating to women`s autonomy, peace accords, the nature of federalism in the Indian Constitution, autonomy in international law, and the fiscal decentralization. These debates are then supported by case studies on the autonomy experiments in Kashmir, Darjeeling, and the entire Northeast, and on fiscal devolution. Table of Contents The Politics of Autonomy: An Introduction RANABIR SAMADDAR I. GENEALOGY The Birth of the Autonomous Subject? PRADIP KUMAR BOSE Women?s Autonomy: Beyond Rights and Representations PAULA BANERJEE Where Do the Autonomous Institutions Come From? SAMIR KUMAR DAS Autonomy?s International Legal Career SABYASACHI BASU RAY CHAUDHURY II. PRACTICES OF AUTONOMY The Ethno and the Geo: A New Look into the Issue of Kashmir?s Autonomy SANJAY CHATURVEDI Silence under Freedom: The Strange Story of Democracy in the Darjeeling Hills SUBHAS RANJAN CHAKRABARTY Autonomy in the Northeast: The Frontiers of Centralized Politics SANJAY BARBORA Autonomy in the Northeast: The Hills of Tripura and Mizoram SUBIR BHAUMIK and JAYANTA BHATTACHARYA Resources for Autonomy: Financing the Local Bodies RATAN KHASNABIS Bibliography Index
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