Dr Binodkumar Singh, Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management, New Delhi.
Introduction From time to time, Sri Lanka has experienced ethnic tensions between its majority Sinhalese and minority Tamils since 1915. However, the level of violence had escalated in the 1970’s with underground groups composed mostly of Tamil youths drew attention to the separatists movement by their violent acts in the form of robberies and politicalREAD MORE
Introduction Nepal has been passing through a series of transitional phases in her march towards democracy and rule of law. The latest phase began in 2006-2007 with the promulgation of the Interim Constitution and the start of the Peace Process. In fact, Nepal’s People’s Movement of April 2006, was instrumental in bringing the decade-long MaoistREAD MORE