BA, MA, PhD Toronto
Comparative politics developing areas, international relations
Comparative/political economy of development, the Muslim world, Islam, South Asia, Middle East
Salim Mansur. "Delectable Lie: A Liberal Repudiation of Multiculturalism". Mantua Books. 2011.
Salim Mansur. "Islam's Predicament: Perspectives of a Dissident Muslim". Mosaic Press. 2009.
(Ed.) (With N.K. Choudry) The Indira-Rajiv Years: The Indian Economy and Polity 1966-1991 (University of Toronto Centre for South Asian Studies, 1994).
"Ethnicity and Communalism in India," Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (1995).
(With A.A. Kubursi) "Oil and the Gulf War: An "American Century" or a "New World Order"," Arab Studies Quarterly (1993).
"Canada and India-Pakistan: At the Beginning," in A.G. Rubinoff, ed., Canada and South Asia: Political and Strategic Relations (University of Toronto Centre for South Asian Studies, 1992).
"The Gulf War: The United States and the Middle East," The Iranian Journal of International Affairs (1991).
"Political-Cultural Dimension of SAARC: Promise and Constraints," in L. Vallely-Fischer, ed., Asian Perspectives: Bangladesh, India and Pakistan: Facing the Challenges of the Present and Future (Acadia University, 1990).
"SAARC -- The Prospects for Regionalism in South Asia," in A.G. Rubinoff, ed., Canada and South Asia: Issues and Opportunities (University of Toronto Centre for South Asian Studies, 1988).
"Pakistan and the Case of Two Nations Theory," Jerusalem Quarterly
Also from this web page:
- 3321G - Politics of India
- 3329F - The Politics of the Middle East
- 3501F - Special Topics: Great Debates in International Relations
- 3502G - Special Topics: Theoretical Approaches to World Politcs
- 9738B - The US and the Middle East