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Civil Society in Sri Lanka

Civil Society in Sri Lanka
New Circles of Power

First Edition

November 2001 | 178 pages | SAGE India
This important book explores the various ways in which new international and transnational forces--especially multilateral financial agencies, humanitarian relief organizations, and northern NGOs--are shaping the development state in Sri Lanka. The new circles of power that are being drawn by them are playing a substantial role not only in reorganizing the political economy of the country, but also in integrating it into a new cultural and ideological order through the creation of transnational networks. Presenting a view from the `South`on global society, this insightful book presents a critical yet sympathetic examination of the new forces that are shaping societies in developing countries.
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Good Governance and the New Aid Regime
Partnership in Development and NGOs: A Critique of Donor Conceptions
Sovereignty and Humanitarian Relief Organizations

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ISBN: 9780761995760