The SARID Journal of South Asian Affairs was an annual publication of the South Asia Research Institute for Policy and Development, SARID, which was issued from 2004 to 2005. The Journal featured articles by academics, policy makers, and analysts on a wide range of economic, political, and cultural issues offering unique, focused, and in-depth analysis of current South Asian affairs.



Technological Challenges to Implementing an Affordable Housing Policy
By Javed Sultan

Collapse of WTO Cancun Summit
By Badar Alam Iqbal

Conditions Under Which English is Taught in Pakistan
By Jilani Warsi

The EIA Process and the Upper Kotmale Hydropower Project
By Charmini Kodituwakku and Vinod Moonesinghe

The Environmental Impact Assessment Process in Sri Lanka
By Charmini Kodituwakku

Library Evolution and its Role in the 21st Century
By Jasmin Mehovic & Janaki Blum

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Book Review: Globalization and Multinational Corporations in South Asia; Arjun Bhardwaj &
Delwar Hossain

By Badar Alam Iqbal


Indo-Pakistan Cooperation: Thinking "Out of the Box"
By Trividesh Singh Maini

New Seismic Design: Why Existing Approaches to Construction are Wrong for South Asia
By Javed Sultan

New Dynamics of Regionalization in East Asia: Evolving ASEAN Plus Three and Challenges for

By Syeda Naushin Parnini

The Tsunami and its Aftermath
By Vinod Kumar Moonesinghe

Melting Glaciers in Himalayan Mountains and its Environmental and Political Implications for
South Asia

By Jasmin Mehovic & Janaki Blum

South Asian Union: Distant Possibility, Urgent Necessity
By Badar Alam Iqbal


Articles in SARID Journal do not necessarily represent the views of the editors. Although the editors are responsible for their selection and acceptance, responsibility for the opinions expressed and the accuracy of the statements and data contained in articles rests with their authors.


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