Demystifying China’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Debt Restructuring
By Umesh Moramudali and Thilina Panduwawala
Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring is deeply embedded both within a global emerging market debt crisis and a moment of rethinking within China about its global role as a creditor.
Understanding China’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Debt Restructuring Efforts
By Aquilah Latiff and Anushka Wijesinha
China's general approach to debt distress is to seek bespoke negotiations and preferential treatment – something that Sri Lanka must avoid at all costs.
India Strengthens Its Position in Sri Lanka Vis-à-Vis Rival China
By P.K. Balachandran
By offering support during Colombo’s economic collapse, India has widened its footprint in Sri Lanka after a decade of losing ground to China.
China, India, and Sri Lanka’s Unprecedented Economic Crisis
By Umesh Moramudali
Can China and India help Sri Lanka to avoid a sovereign default?