Globalization and Transnationalism in Indo-Pakistan Region: A Historical Overview

Prof. Dr. Razia Musarrat, Samina Noor

Abstract


South Asia contains twenty two percent of the world, is one of the fastest growing regional economies. Therefore, such global progress has also a dark side, that region also facing some worse kinds of economic, social, and political issues. Globalization also intensifying the transnational activities across the borders, when criminal networks and globalization developed freely cross borders relations. This research paper focused on the historical impact of globalization and transnationalism on Indo-Pak region of South Asia. Globalization and transnationalism has changed the entire security environment for the traditional enemies in South Asia. This paper also put some light how globalization and transnationalism boots up the cross border security issues of both India and Pakistan. In this research paper we discussed comprehensive historical background of trans-border issues in South Asia particular in India and Pakistan. This paper also discussed the strategic and historical importance of Subcontinent (prior independent) and after partition. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v3i3.4149

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