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Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2013: Transitions

D Suba Chandran, PR Chari (eds.)
This annual volume presents a succinct review and analysis of the armed conflicts in the year 2012. It identifies prominent trends in the development of armed conflicts, map efforts towards effective conflict management, besides providing future projections to curb the rise in conflict situations and in the number of insurgent outfits. The book also studies internal conflict in India, including additional chapters on the Naga situation and Naxal-affected areas. The peace audit section examines the ongoing peace processes, identifies new issues that may have arisen, and outlines relevant lessons.
Routledge, New Delhi

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