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Lecture 16

HISA 3003 Lecture 16: Bangladesh II

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Department
History-South Asian History
Course Code
HISA 3003
Professor
Nabaparna Ghosh

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016 Lecture XVI Bangladesh II HISA 3003 Overarching Themes (Recap) Partition of 1947 1. India Has stability leans upon socialism 2. Pakistan East Pakistan a) West Pakistan: Military dictatorship b) East Pakistan Fights West Pakistan Becomes Bangladesh in 1971 involved a horric genocide, hardly mentioned in world history Major Questions 1. Looking at the modes of governance, how were the postcolonial nationstates, dierent from colonial India? Postcolonial nationstates of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc Are the postcolonial infrastructure, etc. any better than the colonial times? 2. What are the major forces that come into play in postcolonial South Asia? How does it inform democracy? 3. In what ways did the independent nation states become entangled with U.S. politics? Topics of Bangladesh 1. Politics 1
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