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Published on: March 23, 2015
How Not to Win a War

Sri Lanka’s recovery from decades of civil war has some observers approvingly citing a “Sri Lankan option” for defeating guerrilla fighters. But its fragile peace came at a very high price.

Malik Neal, a former Fulbright Research Scholar based in Sri Lanka, spent nearly two years researching and reporting from country’s former conflict zone.
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