Austin, Dennis. Democracy and Violence in India and Sri Lanka.. New York, Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1995. 101 p.
Examines the question of whether democracy and violence can coexist without democracy being smothered by factional dissent and infighting.
Book call no.: 303.60954 A935d
Bullion, Alan J. India, Sri Lanka and the Tamil Crisis 1976-1994. London and New York, Pinter, 1995. 226 p.
Book call no.: 327.5405493 B937i
The Culture of Violence., edited by Kumar Rupesinghe and Marcial Rubio C. Tokyo, United Nations University Press, 1994. 292 p.
Remythologizations of Power and Identity: Nationalism and Violence in Sri Lanka, by Bruce Kapferer, pp 59-91.
Book call no.: 364.25 C968
Elusive Peace: Negotiating an End to Civil Wars., edited by I. William Zartman. Washington, DC, Brookings Institution, 1995. 353 p.
Sri Lanka: Negotiations in a Secessionist Conflict, by Howard Wriggins, pp 35-58.
Book call no.: 909.82 E51
South Asia Approaches the Millenium: Reexamining National Security., edited by Marvin G. Weinbaum and Chetan Kumar. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1995. 245 p.
The Burden of Ethnicity, Insurgency, and Insecurity in Sri Lanka, by Rohan Gunaratna, pp 79-101.
Book call no.: 355.033054 S726
Cook, Edward M. India Plays the Role of a Regional Power: the Sri Lankan Intervention (1987-1990).. Maxwell AFB, AL, Apr 1996. 28 leaves. (Air University (U. S.) Air War College. Research report.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43117 C7712i
Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (U.S.). Sri Lanka Country Handbook.. Quantico, VA, Apr 1995. v.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44153-12 Apr 95
United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service. FBIS Media Guide: Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka.. Washington, DC, Apr 1996
For official use only.
Doc. call no.: M-U 31044-150 17 Apr 96
Alling, Greg. Economic Liberalization and Separatist Nationalism: The Cases of Sri Lanka and Tibet. Journal of International Affairs 51:117-145 Summer '97.
Austin, Dennis. Sri Lanka: The Cost of Failure. Round Table 335:361-369 Jul '95.
Ball, Desmond. Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) in Sri Lanka. Strategic Analysis 18:1077-1108 Nov '95.
Bullion, Alan. War Eclipses Peace in Sri Lanka. World Today 51:227-229 Dec '95.
CanagaRetna, Sujit M. A Nation at the Crossroads: Sri Lanka in the Mid-1990s. Australian Journal of International Affairs 50:171-187 Jul '96.
Cloughley, Brian. Sri Lanka: The Unwinnable War? Asia-Pacific Defense Reporter 23:22-23 Feb-Mar '97.
Conboy, Ken. Two Decades of War with Sri Lanka's Elite Forces. Counterterrorism & Security 4:22-23+ Spring '97.
Davis, Anthony. Sri Lanka Steps Up Naval Special Forces Training. Jane's Defence Weekly 26:18 Aug 28 '96.
Davis, Anthony. Tamil Tigers Regrouping after Army Takes Jaffna. Jane's Defence Weekly 25:41-42 Jun 19 '96.
de Silva, K. M. Sri Lanka: Surviving Ethnic Strife. Journal of Democracy 8:97-111 Jan '97.
Dixit, Aabha. Resolving the Sri Lankan Ethnic Crisis: Options for Chandrika Kumaratunga? Asia-Pacific Defense Reporter 22:22-23 May-Jun '96.
Embree, Ainslie. Statehood in South Asia. Journal of International Affairs 51:1-18 Summer '97.
Analyzes the search for national unity in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Graybow, Charles. Venal Politicians, Grassroots Heroes. Freedom Review 28:91-107 Jan-Feb '97.
An overview of political and social issues confronting South Asia, with discussion of the political scenarios in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.
Gunasekera, Rohan. Sri Lanka: On the Trail of the Tigers. Jane's Defence Weekly 24:27-28 Nov 18 '95.
Isaac, Kalpana. Sri Lanka's Ethnic Divide. Current History 95:177-181 Apr '96.
Joshi, Manoj. On the Razor's Edge: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 19:19-42 Jan-Mar '96.
Katju, Valmiki. Conflict in Sri Lanka: India's Security Concerns. Indian Defence Review 12:12-15 Apr-Jun '97.
Ranawana, Arjuna. Tiger by the Tail: The Army Routs the Tamil Rebels, but Peace Remains Elusive. Asiaweek 21:32-34 Nov 17 '95.
Samaranayake, Gamini. Political Violence in Sri Lanka: A Diagnostic Approach. Terrorism and Political Violence 9:99-119 Summer '97.
The main objective of this article is to examine the causes and patterns of violence waged by the JVP and the LTTE in Sri Lanka. Argues that the origin and development of these organizations relate more closely to the social expansion and the lack of economic and political development in Sri Lanka since the early 1960s.
Schaffer, Howard B. Sri Lanka in 1996: Promise and Disappointment. Asian Survey 37:143-148 Feb '97.
Writer, Rashna. Sri Lanka Takes the Cautious First Steps Toward Ending the War. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 24:6-7 Jun-Jul '96.