The Roots of Conflict

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This book is not a conventional political history of Sri Lanka. Instead, it attempts to shed fresh light on the historical roots of the ethnic crisis and uses a combination of historical and anthropologial evidence to challenge the widely-held belief that the conflict in Sri Lanka is simply the continuation of centuries of animosity between the.

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The Roots of African Conflicts: The Causes and Costs - Introduction Violent conflicts of one type or another have afflicted Africa and exacted a heavy toll on the continent’s societies, polities and economies, robbing them of their developmental potential and democratic possibilities. The Roots of Ethnic Conflict in Africa: From Grievance to Violence | Wanjala S.

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