Asked • 07/19/19

Is the Sri Lankan Civil War really over?

I'm more of a social historian than military historian, but if I understand correctly war between two factions is almost always a struggle for power. Is that the case? Are there examples of wars started for other reasons? Edit: There were some comments about the vagueness of the term power so I'm going to try to be more specific about it. By 'struggle for power', I mean: - a struggle for more energy, as in actual physical energy in some form I understand that this sounds even more vague than the term power itself, but that's exactly the point of the question. I wonder if you can reduce human conflict to power conflict.

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