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Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
September 04, 2015
Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
As Sri Lanka's new government takes shape, the country's reckoning with its past looms on the horizon.
Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa Foiled Again
August 31, 2015
Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa Foiled Again
Is it the end of the road for the country’s former strongman?
Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa Foiled Again
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
August 31, 2015
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
India and Seychelles continue to develop the foundations for an enduring partnership in the Indian Ocean.
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
August 31, 2015
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
Do Sri Lankans have confidence in the process and practice of their democracy?
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
Sri Lanka: A Lesson for U.S. Strategy
August 26, 2015
Sri Lanka: A Lesson for U.S. Strategy
Sri Lanka provides a glimpse of small power-great power relations in a future multipolar world order.
Sri Lanka: A Lesson for U.S. Strategy
Should Nepal Be Secular?
August 24, 2015
Should Nepal Be Secular?
A push to change the draft constitution could place religious freedoms under threat.
Should Nepal Be Secular?
Sri Lanka's New Foreign Policy Presents Opportunities for India
August 24, 2015
Sri Lanka's New Foreign Policy Presents Opportunities for India
Sri Lanka's government wants a more balanced foreign policy and that's good news for India.
Sri Lanka's New Foreign Policy Presents Opportunities for India
South Asia’s Strategic Context: Priorities For The Next U.S. President
August 22, 2015
South Asia’s Strategic Context: Priorities For The Next U.S. President
Insights from U.S. Ambassador Teresita C. Schaffer.
South Asia’s Strategic Context: Priorities For The Next U.S. President
Sri Lankan Elections: Rajapaksa Falls Short, Wickremsinghe Surges to Near Majority
August 18, 2015
Sri Lankan Elections: Rajapaksa Falls Short, Wickremsinghe Surges to Near Majority
In Sri Lanka's parliamentary vote, former president Rajapaksa falls short of a comeback, leaving the incumbent in place.
Sri Lankan Elections: Rajapaksa Falls Short, Wickremsinghe Surges to Near Majority
North Korea and the Diplomatic Utility of Violence
August 16, 2015
North Korea and the Diplomatic Utility of Violence
With threats producing diminishing marginal returns, it is not surprising Pyongyang resorts to actual violence.
North Korea and the Diplomatic Utility of Violence
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
August 15, 2015
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss ASEAN's role in the present Asian security landscape.
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
Sri Lanka's Political Future Arrives at a Crossroads
August 14, 2015
Sri Lanka's Political Future Arrives at a Crossroads
Will Sri Lanka chose a return to corruption, misrule, and near-authoritarianism?
Sri Lanka's Political Future Arrives at a Crossroads
Sri Lanka’s Elections: Rajapaksa Tries a Comeback
August 13, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Elections: Rajapaksa Tries a Comeback
The former president is leaving no stone unturned in his bid to become prime minister.
Sri Lanka’s Elections: Rajapaksa Tries a Comeback
The Afghan Government Should Let the Taliban Destroy Itself
August 12, 2015
The Afghan Government Should Let the Taliban Destroy Itself
The death of Mullah Omar will lead to the slow disintegration of what we once knew as the Taliban.
The Afghan Government Should Let the Taliban Destroy Itself
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
August 11, 2015
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
Killed in a shootout with police late last month, Ishaq had a long history of involvement in sectarian attacks in Pakistan.
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
What Crimea Tells Us About Asia's Future Wars
August 11, 2015
What Crimea Tells Us About Asia's Future Wars
Several features of the Crimea conflict apply to the Asia context.
What Crimea Tells Us About Asia's Future Wars
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