Paradise Poisoned: Learning about Conflict, Terrorism, and Development from Sri Lanka's Civil Wars
On the political conditions in Sri Lanka after civil war in 1983 and its effect on development; a study.
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Why Did Sri Lankas Political Differences Escalate Into
What is Successful Development and Why Does it Matter?
Measuring Violent Political Conflict and Statesanctioned
The DevelopmentDeadlyConflict System
Opening Pandoras Box The Bandaranaike Era Begins
Political Responses and Feedback in a New Era
Strengthening Executive Power to Sustain Open
The Open Economy Promises and Performance
Political Identities Attitudes and Organisations in
How StateSanctioned Violence Clouded Political Feedback
Protracted Civil War Begins
Costs and Benefits of Protracted Violent Conflict
How it Came to This Learning from Sri Lankas Civil Wars
Middle Path Dudley Senanayakes Imperfect
10 Political Responses to the Middle Path
How Sri Lankas United Front Government Coped with a Violent
Sri Lankas Marxist Experiment Promises and Performance
Political Climate Institutions and Feedback
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