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Foreword, David M. Malone                                    vii
Acknowledgments                                              ix


1  Introduction                                            1
   Karen Ballentine and Jake Sherman

Part I Economics and Conflict: Exploring the Relationship
2  The Political Economy of Conflict and UN Intervention:
   Rethinking the Critical Cases of Africa                  19
   Charles Cater

3  Oil, Drugs, and Diamonds: The Varying Roles of
   Natural Resources in Civil War                           47
   Michael L. Ross

Part 2 Case Studies
4  The Colombian Conflict: Political and Economic Dimensions  73
   Alexandra Gudqueta
5  Nepal: Economic Drivers of the Maoist Insurgency      107
   John Bray, Leiv Lunde, and S. Mansoob Murshed
6  The Bougainville Conflict: Political and Economic Agendas  133
   Anthony J. Regan
7  Kosovo: The Political Economy of Conflict and
   Peacebuilding                                           167
   Alexandros Yannis



8 Sri Lanka: Feeding the Tamil Tigers                   197
   Rohan Gunaratna
9 Burma: Lessons from the Cease-Fires                   225
   Jake Sherman

Part 3 Conclusion

10 Beyond Greed and Grievance: Reconsidering the
   Economic Dynamics of Armed Conflict                   259
   Karen Ballentine





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Civil war Economic aspects Case studies, War Economic aspects Case studies