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Does Debt Pay? China and the Politics of Investment in Sri Lanka
January 20, 2018
Does Debt Pay? China and the Politics of Investment in Sri Lanka
What are the sources and impact of China's economic leverage over Sri Lanka?
Does Debt Pay? China and the Politics of Investment in Sri Lanka
Don’t Be Fooled by Sri Lanka’s UN Engagement
October 27, 2017
Don’t Be Fooled by Sri Lanka’s UN Engagement
Colombo remains unserious about transitional justice.
Don’t Be Fooled by Sri Lanka’s UN Engagement
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
Sri Lanka's Coalition Government Is Rotting From Within
August 19, 2017
Sri Lanka's Coalition Government Is Rotting From Within
The foreign minister’s resignation is another reminder of broader concerns about the coalition government.
Sri Lanka's Coalition Government Is Rotting From Within
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
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
A Former President Dismisses Accountability in Sri Lanka
February 09, 2017
A Former President Dismisses Accountability in Sri Lanka
We've recently seen some troubling remarks from a former Sri Lankan president.
A Former President Dismisses Accountability in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s Transition to Nowhere
January 30, 2017
Sri Lanka’s Transition to Nowhere
Time may be running out for meaningful reforms, and transitional justice remains just out of reach.
Sri Lanka’s Transition to Nowhere
Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
January 20, 2017
Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
Disillusionment with the Sirisena regime is running high, giving the Rajapaksa clan a chance to reclaim lost glory.
Sri Lanka: The Rajapaksas Rise Again
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
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
December 14, 2016
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
A recent travel piece on the war-torn nation misses the mark badly.
When Travel Writing Becomes Propaganda: Sri Lanka Edition
China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare
November 18, 2016
China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare
Colombo is realizing the unintended strategic consequences of closer ties with Beijing.
China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare
Public Perceptions on Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
October 21, 2016
Public Perceptions on Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
A new report highlights some important issues.
Public Perceptions on Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
September 23, 2016
Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
The president could have made the case for deeper reform.
Sri Lanka’s President Misses an Opportunity at the UN
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?
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
September 06, 2016
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
Will Colombo finally get serious about healing the wounds of war?
More Worries Over Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice Process
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