Amy Weinbaum


Three Years Later, Conflicts in Tsunami Areas Have Taken Very Different Directions

December 19, 2007


The devastation of the 2004 tsunami came on the heels of two separate, decades-long conflicts between insurgent armies and the governments in Sri Lanka and Aceh, Indonesia. These conflicts had led to the deaths of tens of thousands of people, but they progressed very differently after the disaster: Aceh moved toward peace, while Sri Lanka was engul… Read more