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Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2012: Uneasy Stasis and by D. Suba Chandran,P. R. Chari

By D. Suba Chandran,P. R. Chari

Sixth within the annual sequence, this quantity examines the most important developments in armed conflicts in South Asia in the course of 2011, efforts in the direction of clash administration undertaken by way of the nation and their effectiveness, as additionally the line forward. whereas targeting the burning matters in the zone, the quantity appears to be like into vital elements of the clash scenario: clash alert and peace audit. In offering severe coverage strategies to the country, the previous anticipates early caution relating to an coming near near clash and its capability transformation. The latter assesses the prestige of ceasefires and peace strategies followed by way of the respective countries.



The quantity highlights the factors of armed conflicts in South Asia with the intention to facilitate concrete peace procedures. as well as essays addressing armed conflicts in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Myanmar, it features a targeted part entitled 'Peace Audit'. This section stories and evaluates particular peace efforts undertaken in Jammu and Kashmir, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Northeast India, measures their successes and screw ups, and discusses the teachings which may be learnt from them. additional, it reports the character of those peace methods, their effectiveness and the hazards of clash relapse.

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