Comparative Peacebuilding in Asia
Liberal and Illiberal Transitions from Ethnic Conflict and Authoritarianism
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Unfolding the Possibilities through Collaborative Action
Universitas Gadjah Mada’s Center for Security and Peace Studies (CSPS) has organized an international seminar entitled “Comparative Peacebuilding in Asia: National Transitions from Ethnic Conflict and Authoritarianism” on December 8-11th, 2017. This is a collaboration event between CSPS UGM, Australian National University (ANU), and London School of Economics.
Following a series of conferences in Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia between 2015- 17, the final event in this series will be held in London on 25 June 2018. We seek to use this opportunity to address the larger debates and frameworks on peacebuilding, to interact with the policy community, and to engage with comparative experiences from other regions, particularly Africa.
London Calling! Comparative Peacebuilding in Asia: Liberal and Illiberal Transitions from Ethnic Conflict and Authoritarianism Monday 25 June 2018 London School of Economics, UK In the last decade, there have been historic breakthroughs in protracted ethnic conflicts in south and south-east Asia, as countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Indonesia and Timor-Leste, have entered a tenuous path from war to peace. These ‘post’ conflict countries are going through political, social and economic transformations that are not linear and liberal,
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UGM Hosts Int’l Seminar on Peacebuilding in Asia Gadjah Mada University’s Center for Peace and Security Studies (PSKP) M. Najib Azca (right) and Dana Hasibuan
Comparative Peacebuilding in Asia Liberal and Illiberal Transitions from ethnic conflict and authoritarianism York Asia Research Network – 2017 A new strategic network award from
CSPS UGM Held Peacebuilding Conference Comparative Peacebuilding in Asia: National Transitions from Ethnic Conflict and Authoritarianism Indonesia – 2017
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