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As one of South Asia’s oldest democracies Sri Lanka is a critical case to examine the limits of a liberal peace, peacebuilding and external engagement in the settlement of civil wars. This book is based on nine years of research, and more than 100 interviews with those affected by the war, NGOs, and local and international elites engaged in the peace process. A critical assessment of peacebuilding and the impact of economic recovery programmes on the peace process in Sri LankaTimely analysis – coming one and a half years after the war ended in Sri Lanka.Based on over nine years of detailed research and over 100 interviewsA critical assessment of the liberal peace thesisAddresses gap in the literature on peacebuilding - assessing the impact of peacebuilding-type programmes on the ground and challenging the widespread assumption that these activities link to peace.Includes a first-hand account of the situation in Sri Lanka during the ceasefire in the war-affected district of Manner
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Sarah Holt (born 17 April 1987) is a British athlete who specializes in the hammer throw, her personal best is 68.97m.
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