Indo‐Sri Lankan security perceptions: Divergences and convergences

@article{Murthy2000IndoSriLS,
  title={Indo‐Sri Lankan security perceptions: Divergences and convergences},
  author={P. Murthy},
  journal={Strategic Analysis},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={343 - 360}
}
  • P. Murthy
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science
  • Strategic Analysis
  • For a student of South Asia, any mention of Indo-Sri Lanka security perceptions or for that matter a reference to the wider IndcnSri Lanka relations, immediately brings to mind the Indo-Sri Lanka Agreement of 1987 and the events preceding it and following it. One of the most difficult periods in the bilateral relations of the two countries, it was characterised by mistrust and suspicion. Only after the withdrawal of the IPKF (Indian Peace Keeping Force) in March 1990 can it be said that… CONTINUE READING
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