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© European Communities, 2011 Introduction Sri Lanka recently ended its three decades long ethnic war. The government forces militarily defeated the Tamil rebel group named LTTE (Tamil Tigers). It is considered to be the first military victory by a nation state in 21 st century against a home grown terrorism. With this background, Sri Lanka as a nation is in a very optimistic mood about its future. The country is trying to plan its economic development by managing the post war situation. The Sri Lankan government has already planned very ambitious development plans to make Sri Lanka a centre of excellence in Asia by transforming Sri Lanka to a dynamic global hub in five sectors: A maritime hub, an aviation hub, a commercial hub, an energy hub and a knowledge hub.The country is experiencing high economic growth of 8% annual growth and the Island nation is considered a hotspot for international investments. However, not everybody is sharing the same views for a bright future. The ethnic minorities perceive that the military victory has delayed any political solution to their grievances. The directly affected victims feels that the government is not protecting even their basic rights. The opposition parties complain that the government is dragging the country to an authoritarian regime by violating the norms of multi- party democracy misusing the high popularity the government enjoys due to war victory. Meantime the international community is trying to probe the possible war crimes against the government of Sri Lanka. The focus of this study is to apply relevant FTA to analyse the future orientation of the country for various possible outcomes and use the results for possible policy options. FTA Tools and Methodologies Simulation Models Multi-Stake Holder Analysis Game Theory Scenario Analysis Forecasting Application Domains Disaster Management Elections and Voter Behavior Power Decentralization and Political Devolution Regionalization and Regional trade Climate and Environment Education, Health and Energy and Infrastructure Sectors Economic Development and Wealth Distribution Socio-Economic changes Limitations Lack of awareness No Expertise Poor record of evidence based policy making Low investments in Science and Technology Contact Chaminda Hettiarachchi Associate Director Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Colombo, Sri Lanka Tel , Fax NOTES 1.Poster Title Replace the mock-up text of the poster title (Joint Research Centre) with the text of your own title. Keep the original font colour (100c 80m 0y 0k). Keep the flush-right justification. Set it in Helvetica Rounded Bold Condensed, if you own the typeface. 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