Economic and Political Weekly brings together six papers from South Asia presented at an international symposium titled "Challenges of Post-War Development in Asia and Africa" convened by the Centre for Poverty Analysis, in collaboration with the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium.
Vol. 50, Issue No 9, February 28, 2015
Conflict, Transition And Development
War, Conflict and Development: Towards Reimagining Dominant Approaches
—Vijay K Nagaraj
Contradictions of the Sri Lankan State
The Reintegration of Maoist Ex-Combatants in Nepal
Myanmar: Conflicts over Land in a Time of Transition
—Soe Nandar Linn
Peeling the Onion: Social Regulation of the Onion Market, Nangarhar, Afghanistan
—GIulia Minoia, Wamiqullah Mumtaz, and Adam Pain
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