Mark Salter

Mark Salter is a British-Swedish analyst, researcher and consultant based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. For over 25 years he has worked on issues of conflict analysis and resolution, reconciliation and democratization in a wide variety of contexts, ranging from Central-Eastern Europe and the Balkans to West Africa and the Horn, Iraq and latterly South Asia. A BBC journalist by training, he is the author of two books: Poland – The Rough Guide, researched in 1989, published in 1991 and described at the time as ‘the first independent guide to an independent Poland’; and To End A Civil War: Norway’s Peace Engagement in Sri Lanka (Hurst, 2015), which examines in depth the Norwegian government’s efforts to mediate in Sri Lanka’s 26 year-long civil war. Currently Mark is a Visiting Research Fellow at the International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES), Colombo, where he is working on his next book, a contemporary history of Sri Lanka.

 

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US Gladiators

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Navalny

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