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Found 3 results

  1. LoooSeR

    Syrian conflict.

    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. Collimatrix

    How Sri Lanka Won the War

    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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