PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

  • (ed) Handbook of India‘s International Relations, Routledge, 2011
  • China and the international system, 1840-1949: Power, presence and perceptions in a ‘Century of Humiliation’, State University of New York (SUNY) Press, 2008
  • ‘The Chinese Century’? The challenge to global order, Palgrave, 2008
  • China stands up’: The PRC and the modern international system, Routledge, 2007

 ARTICLES – PAPERS – BOOK CHAPTERS

International Relations: Indo/Asia-Pacific, China & India

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Orientalism ~ intercultural relations ~ interfaith issues

  • Kipling’s encounter with Buddhism and the Buddhist Orient: “the twain shall meet?, Cultural History, 1.1, 2012, 36-60
  • Rohmer’s Orient: Pulp Orientalism?, ArchivOrientalni, 80.3, Dec. 2012, 1-27
  • Kipling, Orientals: Orientalism reorientated, Journal of World History, 22.2, 2011, 299-328
  • Manichaeism in Bactria: Political patterns and East-West paradigms, Journal of Asian History, 41.2, Summer 2007, 107-30.
  • Re-walking Thoreau & Asia: ‘Light from the East’ for ‘A very Yankee sort of Oriental’, East-West Philosophy, 57.1, 2007, 14-39
  • Thoreau’s ‘wisdom’ of the Maine Woods, Entertext: Journal for Cultural & Historical Studies & Creative Work, 6.3, Winter 2006-7, 302-23
  • Diplomats and poets. Power and perception in America’s encounter with Japan, 1860, Journal of World History, 17.3, September 2006, 297-337
  • Nikitin’s conversion to Islam in India. A translator’s dilemma, Entertext: Journal for Cultural & Historical Studies & Creative Work, 1.3, 2001, 131-61
  • William James and Buddhism: American pragmatism and the Orient, Religion, 30.4, 2000, 335-52
  • The perennial message of the Goddess – enduring themes down the ages in Bactria, East & West, 45, 1998, 27-40
  • The study of Buddhism: issues and challenges, Buddhist Studies Review, 14.2, 1997, 141-68
  • Buddhism: Sikh echoes and bridges, Studies in Religion, 26.1, 1997, 75-94
  • Buddhism and the media, Discernment, 3.3, 1996, 12-23
  • Buddhist responses to Manichaeism: Mahayana affirmation of the ‘Middle Path’?, History of Religions, 35.2, 1995, 148-62
  • Buddhist functionalism: instrumentality reaffirmed, Asian Philosophy, 5.2, 1995, 127-49
  • Buddhism and Islam: past to present encounters and interfaith lessons, Numen. International Review for the History of Religions, 42.2, 1995, 141-155
  • Buddhist environmentalism: developing paradigms, West London Papers in Environmental Studies, 2, 1994, 65-77
  • Siva and the East Iranians of Bactria: Hindu cross-cultural expansion – 1, International Journal of Indian Studies, 3.1, 1993, 87-106
  • Christian cross-cultural demonology across Asia, Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 14.1, 1993, 21-32
  • The Iranian face of Buddhism, East and West, 40.4, 1990, 43-78
  • Manichaean responses to Zoroastrianism (politico-religious controversies), Religious Studies, 25, 1989, 435-57
  • Zoroastrian responses to Hinduism, past to present, Temenos. Studies in Comparative Religion, 1988, 24, 89-120
  • Medieval Christian responses to Buddhism, Journal of Religious History, 15, 1988, 165-84
  • Buddhist attitudes to Hellenism: a review of the issue, Studies in Religion, 15.4, 1986, 33-41
  • Christian responses to Buddhism in the pre-medieval period, Numen. International Review for the History of Religions, 32.1, 1985, 88-100
  • Ashokan missionary expansion of Buddhism amongst the Greeks, Religion, 15, 1985, 131-41
  • Manichaean views of Buddhism, History of Religions, 25.2 1985, 99-115
  • Zoroastrian traces along the upper Amu Darya (Oxus), Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1984, 217-28