Peace process

Where are the women in the Sri Lankan peace?

If and when peace comes to Sri Lanka, the new structures of political relations must be designed to preserve and advance the gains made by women in the last two decades.

| Oct 23, 2009

The two Punjabs: Drifting apart?

People-to-people contacts between India and Pakistan will mean nothing if commerce does not pick up. An appreciation of Indo-Pakistani prospects requires looking at Punjab-Punjab.

| Oct 01, 2006

The Naga talks move along

Even though a final resolution looks remote, the Naga peace negotiations have proceeded with hope – and the clear indication of outside help.

| Sep 01, 2006

Needed: A People’s Power movement

Perhaps the return to war in Sri Lanka will energise the flagging peace movement, as people wake up to what was achieved during the time of ceasefire and all that would be lost. We have …

| Jul 02, 2006

The end of peace

Neither the Colombo government nor the rebel leadership wants to take the blame for destroying the peace process, but both appear eager to exploit the situation. All the international community can do now is to …

| Jul 02, 2006

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