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Just War theory and the Challenges of Asymmetrical Warfare IntroductionJust War theory and the Challenges of Asymmetrical Warfare Introduction
Its origins can be traced back to the Peloponnesian War, when unwritten rules forbade invading armies to burn olive trees as a method of warfare in the knowledge that the recovery of these slow-growing trees would mainly affect civilian
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Essay: the new terrorism and international lawEssay: the new terrorism and international law
Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago; J. D., American; Ph. D., Northwestern; LL. M., Harvard
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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News clips All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide/ Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocideNews clips All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide/ Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocide
Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocide
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Religious Dogma or Political Agenda? Bharatanatyam and its Re-emergence in British Tamil Temples Ann R. DavidReligious Dogma or Political Agenda? Bharatanatyam and its Re-emergence in British Tamil Temples Ann R. David
Joanne Waghorne (2004: 171)) puts it, where local, once-rural practices are being exported throughout the Tamil diaspora? And what of the presence and influence, if any, of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (ltte)
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Globalization and Cultural Conflict: An Institutional ApproachGlobalization and Cultural Conflict: An Institutional Approach
Does it signal a ‘vital step toward both a more stable world and better lives for the people in it’(Rothkop, 1997)? Or does it hasten social disintegration and exacerbate social conflict? Is there really a link between globalization and cultural conflict
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An Exploration of Child Soldiering in Three Countries Sarah EiseleAn Exploration of Child Soldiering in Three Countries Sarah Eisele
This article will explore briefly the use of child soldiers in Uganda, Sri Lanka and Columbia, with discussion of what social workers can do in those nations and in their own
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Tamil Tiger vs Asian Tiger: the Sri Lankan Civil War and DevelopmentTamil Tiger vs Asian Tiger: the Sri Lankan Civil War and Development
Sri Lanka would have been better off without having experienced a long civil war, but an aggressive pursuit of social welfare and sound economic management by the government has enabled the country to persevere in the face of adversity to become one of the
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Edge: Prof LusignanEdge: Prof Lusignan
Tamil and Sinhalese population in Sri Lanka and rebuilding communities and the economy from the tsunami will be a difficult balancing act for the leaders of the nation
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The Effect of Competition on Terrorist Group OperationsThe Effect of Competition on Terrorist Group Operations
Furthermore, ideologies have differential effects on whether outbidding occurs, with nationalist and religious terrorist groups responding to competition with more terrorism and left-wing organizations responding with less
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[Draft Book Chapter] South Asia in transition: India-Sri Lanka relations in the twenty-first century Arijit Mazumdar, Phd assistant Professor of Political Science University of St[Draft Book Chapter] South Asia in transition: India-Sri Lanka relations in the twenty-first century Arijit Mazumdar, Phd assistant Professor of Political Science University of St
As a result, they present an incomplete picture of India’s relations with these countries. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a comprehensive overview of India’s relations with its South Asian neighbor Sri Lanka in light of these
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General Assembly Distr.: GeneralGeneral Assembly Distr.: General
Comprehensive report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Sri Lanka
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