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Internal conflict and governance

Author: Kumar Rupesinghe; International Peace Research Institute.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press in association with the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Violence, war and internal conflicts have assumed a new intensity with the decline of the Cold War. Our world may well witness over 100 million refugees in the year 2000 as a direct result of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kumar Rupesinghe; International Peace Research Institute.
ISBN: 031208563X 9780312085636
OCLC Number: 25873644
Description: xx, 300 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The disappearing boundaries between internal and external conflicts / Kumar Rupesinghe --
The dirty war : civilian experiences of conflict in Mozambique and Sri Lanka / Carolyn Nordstrom --
The state, ethnicity and the middle class factor : addressing nonviolent, democratic change in Malaysia / Johan Saravanamuttu --
Empowering people for peace : the Philippine experience / Ed Garcia --
Fiji : ethnicity and the post-colonial state / Vijay Naidu --
Containing conflict and transcending ethnicity in Mauritius / Thomas Hylland Eriksen --
The Kurdish question in regional politics : possible peaceful solutions / Omar Sheikhmous --
Human rights, reconciliation and conflict in independent Namibia : the formation of the Namibian army and police force / Laurie Nathan --
An interest approach to resolution of civil wars in the Horn of Africa : lessons from the negotiations on the Eritrean conflict / Hizkias Assefa. Civil and external conflict interface : violence, militarization, and conflict management in the Angolan civil war / Earl Conteh-Morgan --
Uganda : a second-phase bid for legitimacy under international scrutiny / Oliver Furley --
Civil war in El Salvador and efforts to achieve peace / Raúl Benítez-Manaut --
Conflict resolution theory and its application to Guatemala's socio-political context / Louis Alberto Padilla --
Internal conflicts in Mexico in the 1980s / Jorge Cadena-Roa.
Responsibility: edited by Kumar Rupesinghe.

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