This paper explores the role of domestic actors and the international donor community in the evolution of Sri Lanka’s post-conflict economic package of 2001-2004. It argues that the inappropriateness of this economic package was a critical element that contributed to the overall failure of the peace process. Due to the heavy influence of corporate interest groups and international donors, the peace agenda, and the country’s post-conflict PRSP, was effectively tethered to an aggressive program...Expand abstract
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The Making of Sri Lanka’s Post-Conflict Economic Package and the Failure of the 2001-2004 Peace Process.
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