By S. Holt
As considered one of South Asia’s oldest democracies Sri Lanka is a severe case to ascertain the bounds of a liberal peace, peacebuilding and exterior engagement within the payment of civil wars. This booklet is based on 9 years of analysis, and greater than a hundred interviews with these laid low with the conflict, NGOs, and native and overseas elites engaged within the peace process. A serious review of peacebuilding and the impression of financial restoration programmes at the peace technique in Sri LankaTimely research – coming one and a part years after the struggle led to Sri Lanka.Based on over 9 years of designated examine and over a hundred interviewsA severe evaluation of the liberal peace thesisAddresses hole within the literature on peacebuilding - assessing the impression of peacebuilding-type programmes at the floor and demanding the frequent assumption that those actions hyperlink to peace.Includes a first-hand account of the placement in Sri Lanka throughout the ceasefire within the war-affected district of demeanour
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71 Risks to the researcher include that of physical danger resulting from the return of war, and the prevalence of armed groups in the North and East. There are increased risks of personal injury due to poor infrastructure, dangerous public transport and risks of infection and disease due to poor sanitation and a lack of health facilities in the North and East. Again awareness of these risks allows the researcher to take some precaution against them. 73 The actions of a researcher may make it difficult for subsequent studies, either through tougher restrictions on research and the movement of researchers by local authorities, people becoming inured to researchers or even having had a bad experience, not wishing to participate in any further research.
Determining these causes depends on the theoretical leanings of the organisation or individual interested in the problem. As we have seen in the various definitions, these perspectives are political, economic and societal. Through an understanding of the theory behind peacebuilding it is possible to determine the extent to which strategies adopted in Sri Lanka have in fact attempted to address the root causes of the war. There are many theories about what constitutes a peaceful society, and the causes of war.
This was a seminal period in the development of peacebuilding, as it was a coherent political strategy designed to address the socio-political needs of a society emerging from violent conflict. Key ideas that emerged from this period continue to have relevance in the post-Cold War era.
Aid, Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War: Buying Time in Sri Lanka (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies) by S. Holt