Sri Lanka’s National Security Fearmongers
By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka to Hold Early Presidential Elections
By Ankit Panda
India's CHOGM 2013 Strategic Blunder
Singh’s decision not to go is injurious to India’s national interest.
Democracy at Last for Sri Lanka’s Northern Province?
The elections in Sri Lanka’s north suggest that democracy is slowly taking root on the island.
India and Sri Lanka's Civil War
India’s relationship with Sri Lanka is complex. Nonetheless, New Delhi could have a role to play in uncovering a difficult past.
Sri Lanka: War is Over but Tensions Run High
By Sudha Ramachandran
Sri Lanka's Fragile Gains In The Balance
Much progress has been made since the end of its civil war but ethnic tensions remain.
Sri Lanka’s Muslims Under Siege?
The end of the civil war brought hopes that the country could become united. But attacks by radical Buddhists suggest Sri Lanka faces a new challenge to internal harmony.
Relief among the Sinhala community since the Sri Lankan civil war ended is understandable. Triumphalism isn’t.
'Sri Lanka's Killing Fields'
The Diplomat speaks with Callum Macrae, director of ‘Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields,’ about his documentary film and the controversy surrounding it.
EU Pushing Sri Lanka Toward China
Western pressure on Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa over the defeat of the Tamil Tigers risks creating another Burma.