With the end of peace in Sri Lanka, the time has come for a massive re-appraisal of the international community’s successes, failures and outright incompetencies in the name of rehabilitation, reconstruction and peace-building.
Darini Rajasingham Senanayake | Jul 08, 2006
The fate of India-Pakistan economic ties seems pegged to the fluctuating peace process between the two. But the normalisation of bilateral economic relations is inevitable, and will have far-reaching and unforeseen implications.
Haris Gazdar | Jul 01, 2006
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Colonial officers, venture capitalists and Baptist missionaries in the Naga highlands.