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Paulo de Medeiros

Janeiro , Ateliê Editorial . Alisch , S. & Siegert , N. 2013 , “ Grooving on Broken: Dancing War Trauma in Angolan Kuduro ”, in L. Bischoff and S. d. Van Peer eds., Art and Trauma in Africa: Representations of Reconciliation in Music, Visual Arts, Literature and Film , London and New

António Sousa Ribeiro and Margarida Calafate Ribeiro

, the underlying biographic framework leads to avoiding confrontation, tending instead, towards a possible reconciliation marked by recognition and compassion, generated by a pact of emotional sharing, an intergenerational pact extending increasingly from the family into the public sphere. 4 Concluding

Robbie Shilliam

which to reconcile one of the most influential diplomatic episodes of Third World liberation – the Bandung Conference – with one of the most influential thinkers of said liberation – Frantz Fanon. The aim of this reconciliation is to draw in ever more expansive contours a spirit at Bandung that exceeded

Soosaipillai Keethaponcalan

There are apparent differences between the developed North and the economically weak South. The relations between the North and South are marked by dichotomies and in order to deal with the challenges posed by the South, the North choses control and cooperation. The North uses several instruments including economic assistance to achieve its objectives. One of the new tools that is increasingly taken advantage of is human rights. Although there exists a genuine concern about human rights standards in the South, action on these issues almost always depends on national interest of the states in the North. This paradigm is proved true by the present human rights campaign the United States is undertaking against Sri Lanka in the United Nations Human Rights Council. The US and its Western allies believe that serious human rights violations have been committed during the last phase of the war in Sri Lanka. Promoting accountability and insisting on an international investigation, the US has successfully presented three resolutions on Sri Lanka since 2012. This paper argues that the US action is motivated primarily by its national interest. At the secondary level the US is interested in curtailing what is called the Sri Lanka model of conflict resolution and promoting reconciliation.