Admission Price: Free to attend
Why have international efforts to produce peace, reconciliation and accountability in Sri Lanka over several decades been so apparently fruitless and even counterproductive? How can we explain these persistent failures and what lessons can be learnt by placing Sri Lanka’s ethnic conflict in comparative perspective. This panel discussion of Judith Large’s ‘Push Back: Sri Lanka’s Dance with Global Governance (Zed Books / University of Chicago, 2016) and Madura Rasaratnam’s ‘Tamils and the Nation: India and Sri Lanka Compared’ (Hurst &Co/ Oxford University Press, 2016) will address these crucial questions.
- Judith Large (Conflict Analysis Research Centre, University of Kent)
- Madura Rasaratnam (City, University of London)
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5.30pmThursday 4th May 2017