Creating Peace in Sri Lanka: Civil War and Reconciliation

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Index
Accelerated Mahaweli Development Project, 73, 84, 96, 99
Agricultural sector, 76
Armed forces. See Military forces, Indian; Military forces, Sri Lankan
Aryan theory of race, 46
Athukorala, Prema-Chandra, 86
Balapatabendi, Kusumsiri, 132
Bandaranaike, Chandrika. See Kumaratunga, Chandrika
Bandaranaike, Sirimavo: nationalist and discriminatory policies of, 50-51; as prime minister, 6, 95, 96, 101; Sri Lanka Freedom Party, 50
Bandaranaike, Solomon West Ridgeway D., 6-7, 95
Bandaranaike-Chelvanayangam Pact ( 1957), 51-52, 184
Bhalla, Surgit, 100
Bruton, Henry J., 97-98
Buddhism: attacks by Christian missionaries on, 45-46; to be protected and fostered by the state ( 1972), 49; in mythical acount of Sinhala, 43-44; provisions in 1978 constitution, 177; reinforcement during Jayewardene regime, 51; as religion of Sinhalese, 43; in Sri Lanka, 41-44, 41-46, 50-51
Buddhist clergy: under British rule, 45-47; ethnic discrimination incited by, 54; nationalism, 5, 144; power, 6-7
Budget deficits: 1983-89 period, 72-73; sources of 1956-60, 95; sources of 1976-84, 99
Burma, 33
Burton, John, 145
Business Undertakings Acquisition Act ( 1971),97
Cambodia, 33
Chelvanayagam, S. J. V., 51
Chittagong, Bangladesh, 33
Christianity, 45-46
Civil war: civilian casualties, 79; conditions related to beginning of, 51; costs, 10-11, 77-79, 85; effect on economic development ( 1983 to present), 100-03; intensifies ( 1990s), 26. See also Eelam War I; Eelam War II; Eelam War III

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