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Adventurous journey from peace to war, insurgency to terrorism
Career biography of Cyril Ranatunga, Sri Lankan general, chiefly narrates the 1971 JVP rebellion and civil war with LTTE.
|Other titles||From peace to war, insurgency to terrorism|
|Statement||by Cyril Ranatunga.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2009346390|
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Top New item has been added to your cart. New item has been added to your cart. Adventurous Journey From Peace To War Insurgency T. by General Cyril Ranatunga (0) Book Description Book Details. ISBN ISBN General Cyril Ranatunga in association with Vijitha Yapa publications launched his autobiography, ‘ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY: FROM PEACE TO WAR, INSURGENCY TO TERRORISM'.
The book is a record of General Cyril Ranatunga's life and the military history of Sri Lanka which he has been a part Adventurous journey from peace to war Managing terrorism and insurgency: regeneration, recruitment, and attrition.
New York, Routledge. American hegemony and interstate cooperation in the War on Terrorism. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. Merolla, J. and E. Zechmeister (). Adventurous journey from peace to war, insurgency to terrorism. Colombo, Vijitha Max Brooks is an author, public speaker, non-resident fellow with the Modern War Institute at West Point, and senior resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Art of Future Warfare is the author of World War Z and The Harlem Hellfighters.
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