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Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
January 11, 2017

Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa

By Ankit Panda
Taylor Dibbert and Ankit Panda discuss Sri Lanka's domestic politics and foreign policy.
China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare
November 18, 2016

China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare

By Jeff M. Smith
Colombo is realizing the unintended strategic consequences of closer ties with Beijing.

China, Sri Lankan Set to Finalize Agreements For Hambantota Port Phase 2
October 31, 2016

China, Sri Lankan Set to Finalize Agreements For Hambantota Port Phase 2

By Ankit Panda
China and Sri Lanka are expected to move forward on Hambantota port in November 2016.

Interview: Rajiva Wijesinha
May 08, 2016

Interview: Rajiva Wijesinha

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
A leading author on Sri Lanka’s efforts to repair relations with the Tamils.

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.
Sri Lanka’s National Security Fearmongers
April 15, 2016

Sri Lanka’s National Security Fearmongers

By Taylor Dibbert
Predictable platitudes follow the discovery of a recent arms cache.

Samantha Power Must Recalibrate Washington’s Sri Lanka Rhetoric
November 20, 2015

Samantha Power Must Recalibrate Washington’s Sri Lanka Rhetoric

By Taylor Dibbert
With Samantha Power visiting Sri Lanka, now is an auspicious time for the U.S. to recalibrate its recent rhetoric about the island nation.
Sri Lanka’s Unexpected Political Opening Won’t Last Forever
November 09, 2015

Sri Lanka’s Unexpected Political Opening Won’t Last Forever

By Taylor Dibbert
After two big elections and the passage of another UN Human Rights Council resolution, is Sri Lanka’s new government really sincere about deeper reform?

Sri Lanka Moves in the Right Direction on Internet Freedom
October 29, 2015

Sri Lanka Moves in the Right Direction on Internet Freedom

By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s new government moves in the right direction on internet freedom, although concerns about surveillance technologies persist.

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?

The UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka is Tabled
September 28, 2015

The UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka is Tabled

By Taylor Dibbert
After a flurry of diplomatic activity in Geneva, the UN Human Rights Council resolution on Sri Lanka has finally been tabled.
Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: What Now?
September 18, 2015

Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: What Now?

By Taylor Dibbert
With the long-awaited report on Sri Lanka’s violent history finally out, what’s next for Colombo at the UN Human Rights Council?

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