Conflict and Peace Studies ( Vol. 4, No. 3)

Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana

Associate Editor: Najam U Din



Bonn Conference 2011: Prospects for Peace and Stability in Afghanistan
Safdar Sial and Abdul Basit

Political Economy of Tehrik-i-Taliban Swat
Muhammad Feyyaz

Maoist Peace Process in Nepal: A Way Forward for India?
Nida Naz

Sri Lanka’s Post-conflict Peacebuilding Efforts and Prospects for Positive Peace
Ajith Balasooriya


Evolution of Militant Groups in Pakistan (II)
Muhammad Amir Rana

Book Review: ‘Global Security Watch’
Abdul Basit

Notes on Contributors

Guidelines for Contributors

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