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
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
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 ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
July 28, 2015
The ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
A new report details torture and sexual abuses in Sri Lanka -- in the post-war period.
The ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
July 27, 2015
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port will continue to receive Chinese attention.
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
The American Stake in Myanmar and Sri Lanka
July 14, 2015
The American Stake in Myanmar and Sri Lanka
Reformers in both countries deserve the continued support of the United States.
The American Stake in Myanmar and Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
June 09, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
Under Sirisena, the country is trying to move from “victory” to “remembrance” of its brutal civil war.
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
Sri Lanka: Balancing Ties Between China and the West
May 26, 2015
Sri Lanka: Balancing Ties Between China and the West
The country’s foreign policy has shifted significantly since the elections. Will that continue?
Sri Lanka: Balancing Ties Between China and the West
India v. China in Sri Lanka: Lessons for Rising Powers
May 11, 2015
India v. China in Sri Lanka: Lessons for Rising Powers
The changing fortunes for the two emerging global powers in Sri Lanka offer some interesting lessons.
India v. China in Sri Lanka: Lessons for Rising Powers
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
April 30, 2015
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Is the Obama administration too eager to embrace Sri Lanka’s new government?
What Does Regime Change in Sri Lanka Mean for the United States?
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
April 14, 2015
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
What has Sri Lanka's Maithripala Sirisena manage to achieve in his first three months in office?
Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
March 31, 2015
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
To surpass China in Sri Lanka, India needs to pursue proactive and dynamic diplomacy.
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
March 07, 2015
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
“Sri Lanka’s democratic transition and the pragmatic decision to not exclude China bode well for a positive Indo-Pacific pluralism.”
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
A New Era for India-Sri Lanka Relations?
February 26, 2015
A New Era for India-Sri Lanka Relations?
A recent visit has encouraged optimism, but India will struggle to counter China’s influence.
A New Era for India-Sri Lanka Relations?
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
February 24, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
The former president is hoping to return to politics in upcoming parliamentary elections.
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
With UN War Crimes Report Delay, Sri Lanka Must Deliver on Post-War Accountability
February 18, 2015
With UN War Crimes Report Delay, Sri Lanka Must Deliver on Post-War Accountability
The Sri Lankan government has successfully bid for a delay in the release of a U.N. HRC report on alleged war crimes.
With UN War Crimes Report Delay, Sri Lanka Must Deliver on Post-War Accountability
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