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Strategic Trends 2012: Key Developments in Global Affairs

Center for Security Studies
2012

Strategic Trends is an annual publication of the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at ETH Zurich. It...read more

 
Crises in South Asia: Trends and Consequences

Michael Krepon
2011

To paraphrase Raymond Aron, crises have become the substitute of wars between nuclear-armed states. This...read more

 
International Legal Protection of Human Rights in Armed Conflict

United Nations
2011

This publication provides a thorough legal analysis and guidance to State authorities, human rights and...read more

 
Power And Politics In The Shadow of Sri Lanka’s Armed Conflict

Sunil Bastian; Sepali Kottegoda; Camilla Orjuela; Jayadeva Uyangoda
2010

The dramatic change in the Sri Lankan political landscape caused by the defeat of the Tamil Tigers in...read more

 
In the Shadow of a Cease-fire: The Impacts of Small Arms Availability and Misuse in Sri Lanka

Chris Smith
2003

Sri Lanka appears to be entering the final chapter of the 20-year civil war between the Government of...read more

 
India and Sri Lanka after the LTTE


2011

India has long been the country with the greatest influence over Sri Lanka but its policies to encourage...read more

 
Reconciliation in Sri Lanka: Harder than Ever


2011

Two years since the defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Sri Lanka is further from...read more

 
War Crimes in Sri Lanka


2010

The Sri Lankan security forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) repeatedly violated international...read more

 
The Structural Dimensions of Conflict in South Asia

Stephen P.Cohen
1997

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Rethinking the Nexus between Youth, Unemployment and Conflict – Perspectives from Sri Lanka

Harini Amarasuriya; Canan Gündüz; Markus Mayer
2009

This series of four country case studies explores the ways in which the economic causes, drivers and...read more

 
Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan: A Case Study of Jhang

Mukhtar Ahmad Ali Published
1999

The decade of the 1990s witnessed a frightening upsurge in the Shia-Sunni sectarian violence in Pakistan,...read more

 
Sri Lanka’s North I: The Denial of Minority Rights


2012

Deepening militarisation and the lack of accountable governance in Sri Lanka’s Northern Province are...read more

 
Report of the COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON LESSONS LEARNT AND RECONCILIATION

Government of Sri Lanka
2011

The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) was appointed by His Excellency President Mahinda...read more

 
Coping with Disorder - Strategies to End Internal Wars in South Asia

P. Sahadevan
2000

Describing South Asia as a war-torn region may presumably produce more contending than consensual views...read more

 
Role of a Third Party in Conflict Resolution: A Case Study of India and Norway in Sri Lanka

Maria Saifuddin Effendi
2007

The unremitting communal violence between the Tamil and Sinhala populace in Sri Lanka has been plaguing...read more

 
The ‘People’s War’ In Nepal

Anindita Dasgupta
2006

The Maoist movement in Nepal is by all counts the single most important event that began in the middle...read more

 
Conflict Transformation from Ethnic Movement to Terrorist Movement: Case Studies of Tamils in Sri Lanka and Mohajirs in Pakistan

Arshi Saleem Hashmi
2008

One way of defining conflict transformation is as the process of moving from conflict-habituated systems...read more

 

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