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Published by Bala Subra
In the Shadow of a Cease-fire:
The Impacts of Small Arms Availability
and Misuse in Sri Lanka
A publication
of the Small Arms Survey
By Chris Smith
In the Shadow of a Cease-fire:
The Impacts of Small Arms Availability
and Misuse in Sri Lanka
A publication
of the Small Arms Survey
By Chris Smith

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SMALL ARMS SURVEY
Occasional Paper No. 11
In the Shadow of a Cease-fire:The Impacts of Small Arms Availabilityand Misuse in Sri Lanka
A publicationof the Small Arms Survey
By Chris SmithOctober 2003
 
A publicationof the Small Arms Survey
October 2003
In the Shadow of a Cease-fire:The Impacts of Small Arms Availabilityand Misuse in Sri Lanka
by Chris Smith
 
Chris SmithOccasional Paper No. 11
Small Arms Survey
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The Small Arms Survey
The Small Arms Survey is an independent research project located at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. It is also linked to the Graduate Institute’s Programmefor Strategic and International Security Studies.Established in 1999, the project is supported by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, andby contributions from the Governments of Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France,the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. It collaborates withresearch institutes and non-governmental organizations in many countries including Brazil, Canada,Georgia, Germany, India, Israel, Jordan, Norway, the Russian Federation, South Africa, Sri Lanka,Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.The Small Arms Survey occasional paper series presents new and substantial research findings byprojectstaff and commissioned researchers on data, methodological, and conceptual issues related tosmall arms, or detailed country and regional case studies. The series is published periodically and isavailable in hard copy and on the project’s web site.Small Arms SurveyPhone: + 41 22 908 5777Graduate Institute of International StudiesFax: + 41 22 732 273847 Avenue BlancEmail: smallarm@hei.unige.ch1202 Geneva Web site: http://www.smallarmssurvey.orgSwitzerland
Occasional Papers
No. 1
 Re-Armament in Sierra Leone: One Year After the Lomé Peace Agreement,
by Eric Berman,December 2000No. 2
 Removing Small Arms from Society: A Review of Weapons Collection and DestructionProgrammes,
by Sami Faltas, Glenn McDonald, and Camilla Waszink, July 2001No. 3
 Legal Controls on Small Arms and Light Weapons in Southeast Asia,
by Katherine Kramer (with Nonviolence International Southeast Asia), July 2001No. 4
Shining a Light on Small Arms Exports: The Record of State Transparency,
by Maria Haug,Martin Langvandslien, Lora Lumpe, and Nic Marsh (with NISAT), January 2002No. 5
Stray Bullets: The Impact of Small Arms Misuse in Central America,
by William Godnick, withRobert Muggah and Camilla Waszink, November 2002No. 6
Politics from the Barrel of a Gun: Small Arms Proliferation and Conflict in the Republic of Georgia,
by Spyros Demetriou, November 2002No. 7
 Making Global Public Policy: The Case of Small Arms and Light Weapons,
by Edward Lauranceand Rachel Stohl, December 2002No. 8
Small Arms in the Pacific,
by Philip Alpers and Conor Twyford, March 2003No. 9
 Demand, Stockpiles, and Social Controls: Small Arms in Yemen,
by Derek B. Miller, May 2003No.10
 Beyond the Kalashnikov: Small Arms Production, Exports, and Stockpiles in the Russian Federation
by Maxim Pyadushkin, with Maria Haug and Anna Matveeva, August 2003No. 11
 In the Shadow of a Cease-fire: The Impacts of Small Arms Availability and Misuse in Sri Lanka,
by Chris Smith, October 2003

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