Anthology about South Asian intelligence services since 1947
We are seeking chapters for an academic anthology about South Asian intelligence services since 1947. Chapters should have an analytic argument that relates, directly or indirectly, to the trajectory of South Asian intelligence and security services since colonialism. Authors are encouraged to take their own approaches in addressing themes that include culture, democracy, history, bureaucracy, post-colonialism, international organizations, competition and war.
We have preliminary interest from a major academic publisher.
Ryan Shaffer and ASM Ali Ashraf
Potential topics include intelligence as it relates to counter-terrorism/terrorism, Cold War, domestic issues/politics, international security partnerships and/or competition, and military.
Chapters must be between 7,000 to 7,500 words (about 25 to 28 double-spaced, 12-point font pages).
Chapters should cover one of these countries: Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Timeline and Submission Instructions
Interested authors should send (1) a CV and (2) 250-500 word abstract to Ryan Shaffer at email@example.com before May 15, 2023.