Sri Lanka in the Context of International Development and Global Politics

Siri Hettige University of Colombo

Conflict, as much as cooperation, has been and will continue to be an integral part of the human condition. This is true at an interpersonal as well as at other levels. Often, conflicts come to the surface and are played out violently in the open, but most of the time, they remain underneath the surface, creating tension, unease and uncertainty. This seemingly inevitable social phenomenon has occupied the minds of both philosophers as well as social scientists for a long time, giving rise to a large body of literature dealing with the issue. 

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