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Alan J. Bullion
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India, Sri Lanka and the Tamil crisis, 1976-1994 : an international perspective Alan J. Bullion London ; New York : Pinter, c1995. The cyanide war : Tamil insurrection in Sri Lanka, 1973-88 Edgar O'Ballance. 1st ed. London ; Washington : Brassey's (UK) ; Elmsford, . USA : Pergamon Press, 1989. Current crisis in Sri Lanka Wijesinha, Rajiva New Delhi : Navrang, 1986. Civil strife in Sri Lanka : the United National Party government, 1989-94 Wijesinha, Rajiva Colombo : McCallum Books, c1995.

Tamil nationalism is the ideology which asserts that the Tamil people constitute a nation and promotes the . India, Sri Lanka and the Tamil crisis, 1976-1994: an international perspective (1995), Alan J. Bullion, . 2. Historical Dictionary of the Tamils (2007), p. 319. ^

Tamil nationalism is the ideology which asserts that the Tamil people constitute a nation and promotes the cultural unity of Tamil people. It expresses itself in the form of linguistic purism ("Pure Tamil"), nationalism and irredentism ("Tamil Eelam"), Social equality ("Self-Respect Movement") and Tamil Renaissance. Originally, Tamil people ruled in Tamilakam and parts of Sri Lanka. ^ DBS Jeyaraj.

India, Sri Lanka and The Tamil Crisis', unpublished thesis The thesis also gives the full .

India, Sri Lanka and The Tamil Crisis', unpublished thesis The thesis also gives the full text of the Accord (Appendix A) and the 'Exchange of Letters. India's Sri Lanka Fiasco: Peacekeepers at War, New Delhi: Vision.

Authors and affiliations. For a fuller exposition of Indo-Sri Lankan relations, see A. Bullion, India, Sri Lanka and the Tamil Crisis, 1976–94, London: Pinter, 1995. India has been the most consistent and active supporter of UN peacekeeping operations of all the Third World countries. As is demonstrated in Table ., India has continually participated in UN operations in different parts of the world, and in varying capacities, since 1947. 33. Cited in R. Chengappa, ‘Somalia: An Indian Success Story’, India Today (New Delhi), 31 August 1994, p. 7. oogle Scholar.

an international perspective. 1947-1984, 1978-, 1984-, India. Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-210) and index.

In India emerged small Tamil militant groups such as Tamil Nadu Liberation Army led by Thamizharasan, who aspired . ^

In India emerged small Tamil militant groups such as Tamil Nadu Liberation Army led by Thamizharasan, who aspired an independent Tamil Nadu.

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This volume explores the regional security complex of the Indian subcontinent in relation to the Tamil crisis since 1977. It focuses on the deployment of the Indian Peacekeeping Force (IPKF) in Sri Lanka between 1987 and 1990, the origins and build-up of the conflict which led to the IPKF's intervention and its aftermath. The author pays equal attention to both Sri Lankan and Indian perspectives. He adopts a broad international relations/peacekeeping viewpoint, using international relations concepts to analyze the Indo-Sri Lankan relationship in a regional and global context. Appendices reproduce the texts of agreements, speeches, letters and other documents.