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Floundering Peace Process: Need to Widen Participation
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 38, No. 11 (Mar. 15-21, 2003), pp. 1029-1031
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4413336
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The ceasefire that followed the agreement signed last year between the Sri Lankan government and the LTTE has been shadowed by episodes of conflict and the ever-present threat of violence. The peace negotiations moreover have dwindled to a mere dialogue between the two parties. An enduring peace, as a conference marked to observe this anniversary attempted to explain, can only be possible if wider groups in the civil society and hitherto excluded groups are brought within the ambit of the peace process.
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