Conflict Resolution and Democratisation in the Aftermath of the 2004 Tsunami: A Comparative Study of Aceh and Sri Lanka

@article{Stokke2017ConflictRA,
  title={Conflict Resolution and Democratisation in the Aftermath of the 2004 Tsunami: A Comparative Study of Aceh and Sri Lanka},
  author={K. Stokke and Olle T{\"o}rnquist and Gyda Mar{\aa}s Sindre},
  journal={Preventing Chronic Disease},
  year={2017},
  volume={1},
  pages={129-150}
}
  • K. Stokke, Olle Törnquist, Gyda Marås Sindre
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Preventing Chronic Disease
  • The earthquake off the west coast of Sumatra on 26 December 2004 unleashed a tsunami in the Indian Ocean that affected more than a dozen countries throughout South and Southeast Asia and stretched as far as the northeastern coast of Africa. The two worst affected areas - North-East Sri Lanka and the Aceh region in Indonesia - have both been marked by protracted intra-state armed conflicts. In the immediate aftermath of the tsunami, international journalists and humanitarian actors argued that… CONTINUE READING
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