Sri Lanka: Challenges After The War

A Voice In Colombo predicts that the ongoing conflict in Sri Lanka will end in two months time and draws up possible scenarios after the war.

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  • Sri Lanka is dealing quite effectively with a terrorism problem along the scales hitherto unseen in human history. After two decades of constant struggle, the Sri Lankans have untimately proven the whole world wrong; that terrorim can and must be defeated militarily.

    For a nation that has proven adept at dealing with such complicated issues with a global participation, internal followup issues will be minor by comparison. For one who has beaten a cancer, a headache is a laughing matter.

    Sri Lanka will always address her problems her own way. There will always be those who call her methods wrong. Sri Lankans have learnt the lesson that the outside voices are relevant only upto a point. Our problems need our own solutions. Understanding that much is half the win.

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