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Samantha Power Misses the Mark on Sri Lanka (Again)
April 29, 2016

Samantha Power Misses the Mark on Sri Lanka (Again)

By Taylor Dibbert
The Obama administration’s messaging on Sri Lanka misses the mark yet again.
Getting US Messaging About Sri Lanka's 'Democratic Transition' Right
March 31, 2016

Getting US Messaging About Sri Lanka's 'Democratic Transition' Right

By Taylor Dibbert
The U.S. needs to be more consistent when it comes to promoting human rights and accountability in Sri Lanka.

The US Must Pay More Attention to Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Debate
February 25, 2016

The US Must Pay More Attention to Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Debate

By Taylor Dibbert
During the U.S.-Sri Lanka Partnership Dialogue, Washington should elevate Sri Lanka’s transitional justice debate.

Problems Continue to Plague Sri Lanka’s Northern Province
February 18, 2016

Problems Continue to Plague Sri Lanka’s Northern Province

By Taylor Dibbert
In spite of the country’s recent democratic gains, problems continue to plague Sri Lanka’s Tamil-dominated Northern Province.

Explaining Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka
February 03, 2016

Explaining Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka

By Taylor Dibbert
Transitional justice in Sri Lanka will be a long, difficult process; awareness-raising is absolutely essential.
What’s the Deal with Sri Lanka’s War Crimes Court?
December 29, 2015

What’s the Deal with Sri Lanka’s War Crimes Court?

By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s announcement of a special court to handle alleged wartime abuses should still be met with skepticism.

Sri Lanka: Three Reports Tabled in Parliament
October 22, 2015

Sri Lanka: Three Reports Tabled in Parliament

By Taylor Dibbert
With the tabling of reports that further underscore the pressing need for a credible accountability process, is Colombo finally ready to act?
What’s the Deal with Sri Lanka’s Corruption Investigations?
October 09, 2015

What’s the Deal with Sri Lanka’s Corruption Investigations?

By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s government has been talking big about transitional justice, but are corruption investigations floundering?

Sri Lanka: Front and Center at the UN Human Rights Council
September 16, 2015

Sri Lanka: Front and Center at the UN Human Rights Council

By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s foreign minister recently delivered a strong speech in Geneva. Can the government match words with action?

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