Ahmad, Ali Nobil & H. Karrar, Hassan, Dossier “Capitalism, Nature and Socialism in South Asia: Perspectives on Ecology from India and Pakistan”, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 2015, vol. 26, n°3

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Capitalism, Nature and Socialism in South Asia: Perspectives on Ecology from India and Pakistan

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Capitalism, Nature, and Socialism in South Asia: Perspectives on Ecology from India and Pakistan

 

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