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the european union and eurasia quarterly provides an in-depth analysis of the most important policy questions and events shaping the eurasian region, as well as the major political and economic trends and developments in europe and eurasia. the quarterly publication provides a comprehensive overview of eurasian politics, economics, and culture. the goal of the publication is to provide concise and insightful coverage of developments across eurasia with special focus on the european union and the eurasian economic union.
this book is a must-read for students of south asia, especially china, who are studying the political and economic issues of the region, including globalization, international relations, international trade and finance, cultural exchange, human rights, and the environment. the book is also useful for policy makers, academics, and others interested in asian politics, security, and development. the author of this book is nathan a. sales, a former state department official and currently the research director for china in the world, a research center at the council on foreign relations, new york.
the first edition of this book was published in 2006. it is now in its seventh edition. the previous editions and this edition have been cited in many publications, including the journal of development studies, annual review of political science, government and opposition, and the oxford handbook of south asian politics. this book is the standard reference for students of south asian politics.
the aim of this book is to present the most recent and reliable information on south asian politics. it is divided into two parts. part i, the state and democratization, discusses the role of the state in the development of democracy. it explains the variety of state forms in south asia and the forces that determine them.
the book examines contemporary events through the lens of government and politics in south asia. by analyzing contemporary political institutions, processes, and leadership in the five countries examined, it demonstrates how the region is affected by government and politics.
despite its importance, the study of government and politics in south asia has been largely neglected. this book provides a much-needed introduction to the subject and examines the different aspects of government and politics in south asia. the book examines contemporary political institutions, processes, and leadership in the region and illustrates the complex interaction between government and politics in south asia.
the percentage of dalys attributable to the three leading risk factors for premature mortality, namely, high blood pressure, smoking and alcohol consumption, varied considerably from region to region. the highest prevalence of smoking and alcohol use was found in the two americas regions (table s6 in file s1), with some variability within regions. the prevalence of high blood pressure was highest in the two south and central asian regions, where it accounted for nearly one quarter of all dalys (table s7 in file s1).
the americas and asia south had higher dalys attributable to mental and substance use disorders than other regions, as well as a high prevalence of suicide dalys. in contrast, sub-saharan africa west had the highest proportion of dalys attributable to these conditions, but it also had a relatively low prevalence of suicide.
in general, south and central asia were the regions with the highest number of dalys attributable to injuries, but this was in part because of the high burden of suicide in those regions. asia south and south and central asia had the largest number of dalys attributable to unintentional injuries. in the americas, the high number of dalys attributable to unintentional injuries was driven by motor vehicle and motorcycle accidents and childhood unintentional injuries. in the two asia south regions, the largest contributor to dalys was self-harm, whereas in sub-saharan africa the major contributor was homicide. finally, in the two americas regions, injuries related to self-harm and intentional injuries accounted for more than half of the total dalys attributable to injuries.