Surfing the second waves: Amitav Ghosh's tide country

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 59

Surfing the second waves: Amitav Ghosh's tide country
Pablo Mukherjee pages -


Mukherjee criticises former U.S. President, George Bush’s 1990s declarations of a new world order, stating that such a declaration created the horrific spectacle of current and future wars in Afghanistan, the Balkans, and Iraq. Further, suggests Mukherjee, this spectacle has embedded the environment in the social, political, and military aspects of conflict.

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