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Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
September 23, 2016
Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
The president could have made the case for deeper reform.
Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
Maldives' Democracy Is Dying
September 23, 2016
Maldives' Democracy Is Dying
If the international community is going to save Maldives' democracy, it must move quickly.
Maldives' Democracy Is Dying
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
September 18, 2016
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
Geographic proximity meant that the histories of India and Sri Lanka were intertwined.
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
Sri Lanka: Is Transitional Justice in Trouble?
September 14, 2016
Sri Lanka: Is Transitional Justice in Trouble?
For Sri Lanka’s transitional justice process, the coming months are crucial.
Sri Lanka: Is Transitional Justice in Trouble?
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
September 06, 2016
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
Will Colombo finally get serious about healing the wounds of war?
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
Maldives Criminal Court Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leaders, Including Former President
August 31, 2016
Maldives Criminal Court Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leaders, Including Former President
A group of opposition leaders reportedly met recently in Sri Lanka.
Maldives Criminal Court Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leaders, Including Former President
August 31, 2016
Why Do Coups Happen in Pakistan: A Rejoinder
An alternative explanation for the frequency of military rule in Pakistan.
Why Do Coups Happen in Pakistan: A Rejoinder
Modi's Visit to Vietnam: What's on the Agenda?
August 30, 2016
Modi's Visit to Vietnam: What's on the Agenda?
The Indian PM will touch on the China factor as well as defense and trade ties in his first trip to Hanoi.
Modi's Visit to Vietnam: What's on the Agenda?
Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
August 29, 2016
Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
Based on Australia's Defense White Paper, the two countries can deepen strategic security cooperation.
Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
August 23, 2016
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
Nepal's new Maoist-Nepali Congress government is bringing the country's ties with India back to a state of stability.
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
August 23, 2016
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
In Yunnan, the city of Pu’er is renowned for producing some of the country’s most prestigious and expensive tea.
Pu’er Tea: Worth Its Weight in Silver
How India Should Approach Newly Assertive China
August 18, 2016
How India Should Approach Newly Assertive China
India should be wary of growing Chinese designs in Asia, but needs to avoid aligning totally with the United States.
How India Should Approach Newly Assertive China
Sri Lanka Will Create an Office of Missing Persons
August 16, 2016
Sri Lanka Will Create an Office of Missing Persons
Ostensibly, Colombo takes a step forward, yet plenty remains to be done.
Sri Lanka Will Create an Office of Missing Persons
After Quetta Attack, Pakistan's 'Good Taliban, Bad Taliban' Strategy Under Fire
August 15, 2016
After Quetta Attack, Pakistan's 'Good Taliban, Bad Taliban' Strategy Under Fire
The latest attack proves yet again that Pakistan still has yet to adopt a comprehensive counterterrorism strategy.
After Quetta Attack, Pakistan's 'Good Taliban, Bad Taliban' Strategy Under Fire
Sri Lanka Mulls Purchase of New Fighter Aircraft
August 14, 2016
Sri Lanka Mulls Purchase of New Fighter Aircraft
The Sri Lanka Air Force intends to procure 8-12 new combat aircraft replacing its obsolete fleet of aging fighter jets.
Sri Lanka Mulls Purchase of New Fighter Aircraft
Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
August 10, 2016
Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
Popular opinion in Sri Lanka views the UN's human rights efforts as a form of neocolonialism.
Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
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