By S. Holt
As considered one of South Asia’s oldest democracies Sri Lanka is a serious case to check the boundaries of a liberal peace, peacebuilding and exterior engagement within the payment of civil wars. This e-book is based on 9 years of study, and greater than a hundred interviews with these tormented by the struggle, NGOs, and native and foreign elites engaged within the peace process. A serious evaluate of peacebuilding and the influence of monetary restoration programmes at the peace method in Sri LankaTimely research – coming one and a part years after the warfare resulted in Sri Lanka.Based on over 9 years of specific learn and over a hundred interviewsA serious evaluate of the liberal peace thesisAddresses hole within the literature on peacebuilding - assessing the effect of peacebuilding-type programmes at the floor and tough the common assumption that those actions hyperlink to peace.Includes a first-hand account of the placement in Sri Lanka in the course of the ceasefire within the war-affected district of demeanour
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Addressing only one aspect is unlikely to institute peace in a society. This book is particularly interested in the role of economic development in the war-to-peace transition, the theorising of peace research would suggest that economic peacebuilding activities only account for one aspect of a conflict, and on their own would be unlikely to bring about an end. Furthermore peacebuilding, like other grand projects such as development and democratisation, seems to throw up more questions than answers.
In the following discussion the biases of interpretation and sampling are outlined including: the relationship between the research and the researcher; the limitations of using an interpreter; researching the activities of organisations involved in peacebuilding; and researching in violently divided societies. The ethical considerations of the research are also considered. Research/researcher relationship Unlike experimental type research, where the researcher attempts to control the research setting and context as well as the interaction between the researcher and the researched, it is recognised that the researcher cannot control interactions that take place during the research process.
63 Poverty is one of a number of causes of conflict. Dan Smith observed in 1993 that ‘Of the 50 poorest Third World countries, 38 are conflict countries. 65 S. 67 The question that then arises is how we can eliminate poverty? The answer most often cited has been that a policy of economic growth is the most effective way to reduce poverty. 30 Aid, Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War Economic theories on economic growth and prosperity tend to swing between Adam Smith’s market theory and Friedrich List’s state intervention.
Aid, Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War: Buying Time in Sri Lanka (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies) by S. Holt