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From:International Journal on World Peace (Vol. 38, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe insurgency movement started in Tripura, an Indian state, during the early 1980s and ebbed by 2014. This paper tries to analyze the interrelationship between insurgency and economic development in the context of...
From:International Journal on World Peace (Vol. 38, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedINSTITUTIONAL RESILENCE AND PEACE In this final issue of International Journal on World Peace, Don Trubshaw introduces the topic of institutional resilience and peace. Given the behavior of social institutions during...
From:International Journal on World Peace (Vol. 38, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedDisputes between Sri Lanka and India over the Tamil issue, the issue of fishers, refugees, the island of Kachchativu, and the maritime border have strained relations between Sri Lanka and India. This caused Sri Lanka to...
From:International Journal on World Peace (Vol. 38, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedVon Bertalanffy's General Systems Theory and Luhmann's concept of self-referencing social systems has led to an understanding of institutional resilience and its importance in maintaining peace and stability, especially...
From:International Journal on World Peace (Vol. 38, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedCordeiro-Rodrigues, Luis and Danny Singh, ed. Lanham, MD and London, UK, Rowman, and Littlefield, 2019 xvi+268 pp; $35. In twelve concise chapters, the edited volume with multiple contributors that cover a broad...
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