Salvaging the fractured Sri Lankan peace process

@article{Moolakkattu2004SalvagingTF,
  title={Salvaging the fractured Sri Lankan peace process},
  author={John S. Moolakkattu},
  journal={Peace Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={211 - 217}
}
Since the ceasefire agreement was signed between the government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in Sri Lanka in February 2002, the peace process has come under considerable strain. Naı̈ve enthusiasts of peace were happy with the ceasefire, the six rounds of talks that took place between September 2002 and March 2003, and the willingness expressed by the Tamil Tigers to accept a federal solution to the problem (rather than secession). But something rang untrue in the way the… 
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John Moolakkattu is a Reader attached to the School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies at Mahatama Gandhi University. Correspondence: School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies
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