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  1. Well, we have thread about Yemen conflict and Ukrainian war, so in light of recent changes in situation in Syria, this thread became relevant enough, IMO.
  2. Greetings, I have been studying in the battle of Afrin since it started. Yet I still lack some information that can clearly analyse the opposite plan, war progress and order of battle of both side (Turkey army clear but YPG isn’t). I am spectacular interested in the process of the battle as it revealed the true strength of the 2nd largest NATO army. Also, the performance of YPG/YPJ militant against the regular modern army is meaningful to modern warfare study too. Hence, any kind man can help me on this field or even just give out a reading list?
  3. http://thediplomat.com/2015/04/how-sri-lanka-won-the-war/ In this era of fourth generation guerrilla triumphalism, it's interesting to see a straightforward, informative article about how even a very modest government can beat a longstanding insurgency decisively, and even show signs of economic recovery a few years after the conflict. Definitely worth reading.
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