War Making and State Building: the Politics of State Reform in Sri Lanka

scan0003war making and state building’ traces the failure of democratic state reform in the past thirty years in Sri Lanka through a deep and well articulated study of dominant discursive framing of the Sri Lanka Tamil insurrection as ‘terrorism’ and political reform as illegitimate. Even more importantly this publication is an invitation to action as the end of the war and collapse of the Sri Lanka Tamil project has created an opportunity to think about alternative ways to democratize the state.

Authors : Sanayi Marcelline

 

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