Conflict Trends 2009/4

ACCORD Conflict Trends 2009/4

"This special issue of Conflict Trends on ‘Conflict in the Developing World’ provides a platform for perspectives from the developing South. The introduction of new contributors from Asia and Latin America fosters a wider conversation on the way conflict is evolving globally and encourages dialogue among practitioners and academics beyond Africa. The contributions in this issue record unique, as well as common experiences, in conflict and conflict resolution."

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Editorial

Editorial
by Vasu Gounden

Paramilitary Groups and National Security: A Comparison Between Colombia and Sudan
by Jerónimo Delgådo Caicedo

The Path to Economic and Political Emancipation in Sri Lanka
by Muttukrishna Sarvananthan

Symbiosis of Peace and Development in Kashmir: An Imperative for Conflict Transformation
by Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra

Conflict Induced Displacement: The Pandits of Kashmir
by Seema Shekhawat

United Nations Presence in Haiti: Challenges of a Multidimensional Peacekeeping Mission
by Eduarda Hamann

Resurgent Gorkhaland: Ethnic Identity and Autonomy
by Anupma Kaushik

Book Review

Saviours and Survivors: Darfur, Politics and the War on Terror
by Karanja Mbugua