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Autonomy and Ethnic Conflict in South and South-East Asia


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Introduction: Is Autonomy a Solution or an Obstacle to Resolving Ethn0-national Conflicts? Rajat Ganguly 1. Prospects for Autonomy in Jammu and Kashmir D. Suba Chandran 2. The Rise and Decline of a Separatist Insurgency: Contentious Politics in Assam, India Sanjib Baruah 3. Ethnic Peacemaking in Sri Lanka: The Politics of Autonomy Solution P. Sahadevan 4. Ending the War in Aceh: Leadership, Patronage and Autonomy in Yudhoyono's Indonesia Marcus Mietzner 5. Mindanao, Southern Philippines: The Pitfalls in Working for Peace in a Time of Political Decay Nathan Gilbert Quimpo 6. When Autonomy is not an Option? Governing Violence in Southern Thailand Chaiwat Satha-Anand Conclusion: What Does the Empirical Evidence Tell Us about the Suitability of Territorial Autonomy in Resolving Ethno-national Conflicts in South and Southeast Asia? Rajat Ganguly

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Rajat Ganguly is a Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Studies and Academic Chair in Security Studies in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Murdoch University. He has written widely on ethnic conflict and international security. His current research projects focus on ethnic conflict resolution, international norms on secession, and Asian security. He is also the founding Editor of the Journal of South Asian Development.

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