War, Peace and Governance in Sri lanka

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War, Peace and Governance in Sri lanka
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  • Overview and Trends:2006-2007
    • Introduction
    • The Rajapaksa Presidency
    • The LTTE
    • The International Community
    • Conclusion
  • Peace Process
    • Introduction
    • The success and failure of Peace Talks
    • Peace Process under siege
    • A crisis of violence
    • The shifting balance of power
    • International Community
    • Strategic advantages of a 'No official war,no peace'
  • Political outlook
    • Introduction
    • Strengthening of the President's position
    • Consolidation of power through peace
    • The political rewards of militarism
    • A broad coalition and a weakened opposition
  • Governance
    • Introduction
    • The crisis around the COnstitutional Council and the 17th Amendment to the Constitution
    • Politicization of the Supreme Court and Deterioration of Independence of Judiciary
    • Increased Legal Challenges to Human Rights
    • Attacks on INGOs/NGOs
    • The Lack of Accountability and Transparency in the Law-Making Process
    • Conclusion
  • Human Security
    • Introduction
    • Targeting of Civilians
    • Abductions and Disappearances
    • A Human Rights Crisis and Responses to it
    • New Displacement
    • An Emerging Humanitarian Crisis
    • Continuing Slow Progress in Tsunami Reconstruction
    • Conclusion
  • State of the Economy
    • Introduction
    • Growth
    • Money Supply
    • Unemployment
    • Inflation
    • Public Finances
    • External Balance-of-Payments
    • Stock Market
    • Economic Governance and Restructuring
    • Budget 2007
    • Mahinda Chintanaya
    • Economy in the Conflict Region
    • Conclusions and way forward
  • Public Opinion
    • Introduction
    • Support is declining yet negotiations still the best option
    • Parties are losing public confidence
    • Parties are losing public confidence
    • Mixed perceptions over the benefits of the CFA but no strong support to abrogate it
    • Strong support for Foreign Involvement
    • Increased ethnic polarization over human rights issues
    • Media under fire
    • Diminishing Freedom of Expression
    • A litany of problems
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