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India and Sri Lanka’s internal conflict: Q & A

Paper No. 6381                  Dated 26-May-2018

Col R Hariharan

Sri Lanka: Book Review. The Last Years of LTTE De Facto State

Paper No. 6378               Dated 18-May-2018
By Charles Ponnuthurai Sarvan;  
Book:  A Fleeting Moment in My Country- The Last Years of LTTE defacto State By Dr. N. Malathy
 
Complexity, contradiction and the Tamil Tigers  .EPIGRAPH: “The pity of war, the pity war distilled …”   Wilfred Owen, 1893-1918. (Killed in battle, aged twenty-five, just one week before World War 1 was ended.)
 

Book Review: Indian intervention in Sri Lanka’s ethnic conflict and its impact

Paper No. 6377                                  Dated 14-May-2018

By Col R Hariharan

 [*“Oor Enapprachinaiyum Oor Oppanthamum” (An Ethnic Conflict and An Accord) by T Ramakrishnan 2017. Published by Kalaignaan Pathippagam, Chennai-600017, Rs 180]

Sri Lanka: Book Review by Charles Sarvan

Paper No. 6375                              Dated 07-May-2018

By Charles Sarvan

K. M de Silva, The Island Story: A Short History of Sri Lanka, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Kandy, Sri Lanka, 2017: “Sri Lanka in the first few centuries after the early settlement was a multi-racial, multi-ethnic society: a conception which emphasises harmony and a spirit of live and let live (K. M. de Silva, op. cit., page 13”)

Ethnicity, Identity and Nationality: A Case Study of Rohingya Problem

Paper No. 6372                                    Dated 27-Apr-2018

Colonel R Hariharan

 [This is an up-dated version of the  paper presented by the author at an international seminar on “Borders in South Asia: States, Communities and People” organized by Pondicherry University School of Social Sciences & International Studies UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of South Asia Regional Cooperation & Centre for South Asian Studies at Pondicherry on February 1 and 2, 2018]

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Transnational Terrorism: Learning From Sri Lanka’s Success against Tamil Tigers

Paper No. 6369                                 Dated 20-Apr-2018

Col. R Hariharan

[Next month, it will be nine years since the LTTE was defeated in Sri Lanka.  Written in 2016, Col hariharan’s paper is still relevant.  It may republished or used with author's permission. The views expressed are author’s own]-Director

Introduction

Pakistan’s Western Frontiers Restive: The Pakhtun Awakening

Paper No. 6367                                 Dated 18-Apr-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan’s Western Frontiers comprising Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunwa Province and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), have been restive for decades but recent Pakhtuns widespread protests in Islamabad and in rest of Pakistan has been described by Pakistani columnists as “The Awakening” and the “Pakhtuns Spring”.

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