Sri Lanka's Future

Desilva-Ranasinghe, Sergei
September 2009
Forbes Asia;9/21/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p6
Several letters to the editor in response to the article "The Next Battle in Sri Lanka" published on page 14 of the September 7, 2009 are presented.


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