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Sri Lanka′s political position in the South Asian states-system has undergone fundamental changes in recent years. This is partly a result of ethnic tension on the island, its strategic importance to India, and international and regional politics. From a Sri Lankan perspective, this book examines these political changes. The contributors provide fresh insights into such topics as the Indo-Sri Lankan Agreement of July 1987, the strategic parameters in the South Asian region, Sri Lanka′s present status, and its future prospects. South Asian Strategic Issues is a timely and important book that will interest students, scholars, and professionals in political science, international relations, and developmental studies.
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`The volume provides an insight into Sri Lankan perception of India and its role in the subcontinent and will constitute an important input to foreign policy planners in mapping out a viable regional role and policy.′ - The Book Review
`...this useful collection of essays is well written...Kodikara′s introductory survey enhances the collection.′ - Australian Journal of International Affairs
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Book Description SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0803996225