Violent conflict, terrorism, and nation-building national and international responses in Sri Lanka and other South Asian countries

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Published by International Centre for Ethnic Studies in Kandy .

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  • Terrorism -- South Asia -- Congresses,
  • Nation-building -- South Asia -- Congresses

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Contributed articles presented in a workshop, organized by ICES, held during Aug. 3-4, 2007, in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by K.M. de Silva.
GenreCongresses
ContributionsDe Silva, K. M., International Centre for Ethnic Studies.
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LC ClassificationsHV6433.A-ZS.x+
The Physical Object
Pagination198 p. ;
Number of Pages198
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Open LibraryOL24014912M
ISBN 109789555801218
LC Control Number2009346705
OCLC/WorldCa437116961

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