(Elisabeth Leake and Bérénice Guyot-Réchard), Introduction.
Part 1 (Inter)national Orders and State Futures
1. (Tanja Bührer), A Thwarted “Westphalian Moment” in South Asia? The Triple Alliance against Tipu Sultan
2. (Swati Chawla), “Nothing in Common with ‘Indian’ India:” Bhutan and the Cabinet Mission Plan
3.(Lydia Walker), Extra-territorial Self-determination: East African Decolonization and the Indian Annexation of Goa.
Part 2 From the Transimperial to the International: Lived Uncertainties
1. (Jayita Sarkar) Battlefields to Borderlands: Rohingyas between Global War and Decolonization
2. (Kalyani Ramnath), Other Partitions: Migrant Geographies and Disconnected Histories between India and Malaya, 1945-1965
3.( Ria Kapoor), Re-Uniting Split Families: The 1972 Ugandan Asian Refugees and the Internationalization of an Imperial Diaspora.
Part 3 South Asian Roots of the International
1. (Yorim Spoelder), An “Indian Hermes” between Paris and the Pacific: Kalidas Nag, Greater India, and the Quest for a Global Humanism
2. (Carolien Stolte), Fellow Travelers: Global Decolonization and Gandhian Peace Work
3. (Simon Wolfgang Fuchs), The Islamist International in Lahore: The Jamaat-i Islami, the Middle East, and the Quest for an Islamic State.
Part 3 Ambivalences and Sensibilities of Internationalism
1. (Stephen Legg), Hindu Nationalism in the International: B.S. Moonje’s Travel Writing at the Round Table Conference
2. (Ali Raza), Culture and Progressivism in Pakistan, ca. 1950s-1970s
3. (Mejgan Massoumi), Radio’s Internationalism: A View from Modern Afghanistan
4. (Annie Devenish), South Asian Diasporic Connections and Afro-Asian Solidarities in the Life of Phyllis Naidoo
(Srinath Raghavan), Afterword