CITIES AT WAR – A lecture series by the Conflict Research Group (University of Ghent)
Urban violence has haunted South Asia since the end of colonialism. After the recent attacks on Mumbai, the continent’s historical divisions now seem to have acquired an even more dangerous, terrorist character. But what really drives local violence in the cities of the
subcontinent? And which are its repercussions for Asia and the world as a whole? Two international experts will offer an original analysis of this apparent descent into hell of the South Asian region.