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Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka: From Denial to Delay
March 24, 2018
Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka: From Denial to Delay
The government of Sri Lanka has overpromised and underdelivered when it comes to transitional justice.
Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka: From Denial to Delay
Fresh Violence Threatens Sri Lanka's Reconciliation Process
March 07, 2018
Fresh Violence Threatens Sri Lanka's Reconciliation Process
The Sri Lankan government must avoid appeasing hardliners and protect minorities to avoid squandering progress.
Fresh Violence Threatens Sri Lanka's Reconciliation Process
Contextualizing Sri Lanka’s Tamil Political Prisoners
October 24, 2017
Contextualizing Sri Lanka’s Tamil Political Prisoners
The country’s reform agenda is in shambles, but don’t expect that to change.
Contextualizing Sri Lanka’s Tamil Political Prisoners
Putting Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons in Perspective
September 19, 2017
Putting Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons in Perspective
Operationalizing Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons isn’t necessarily that significant.
Putting Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons in Perspective
Looking at Systemic Torture in Sri Lanka
July 21, 2017
Looking at Systemic Torture in Sri Lanka
The Diplomat’s Taylor Dibbert speaks with Frances Harrison of the International Truth and Justice Project.  
Looking at Systemic Torture in Sri Lanka
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
June 28, 2017
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
Violence against Muslims and Christians is cause for concern.
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
April 17, 2017
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
Sri Lanka’s security sector is in serious need of reform.
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
India Could Do More for Sri Lanka’s Tamils
February 22, 2017
India Could Do More for Sri Lanka’s Tamils
There are multiple ways that New Delhi could ameliorate the circumstances of Sri Lankan Tamils.
India Could Do More for Sri Lanka’s Tamils
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
January 13, 2017
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Colombo should reconsider its position on wartime accountability.
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Sri Lanka: Separatists or Minorities?
October 22, 2016
Sri Lanka: Separatists or Minorities?
UN Special Rapporteur says Sri Lanka needs to show its commitment to minority rights through concrete action.
Sri Lanka: Separatists or Minorities?
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?
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
Abductions and Torture in Jaffna: Can Sri Lanka Change?
July 11, 2016
Abductions and Torture in Jaffna: Can Sri Lanka Change?
A British citizen was abducted and tortured during a recent visit to the island.
Abductions and Torture in Jaffna: Can Sri Lanka Change?
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
June 26, 2016
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
The country’s foreign minister keeps talking big, but speeches are not policy.
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
May 27, 2016
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
A recent cabinet decision is cause for significant concern.
Examining Sri Lanka’s Office of Missing Persons
The Repression of Sri Lanka’s Tamils Continues
May 07, 2016
The Repression of Sri Lanka’s Tamils Continues
In spite of Colombo’s promises, the repression of Tamils continues.
The Repression of Sri Lanka’s Tamils Continues
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