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Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
August 10, 2016
Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
Popular opinion in Sri Lanka views the UN's human rights efforts as a form of neocolonialism.
Why Sri Lanka Doesn't Trust the UN
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
June 29, 2016
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
The rise of Sinhala-Buddhist ultra-nationalism (allegedly with political backing) could threaten reconciliation.
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
June 11, 2016
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
A new report focuses on exiled Sri Lankan Tamils.
New Report Details Abuses Against Sri Lankan Tamils
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
Sri Lanka: The Persecution of Tamils Continues Under Sirisena’s Watch
January 07, 2016
Sri Lanka: The Persecution of Tamils Continues Under Sirisena’s Watch
One year into President Maithripala Sirisena’s tenure, the abduction, torture and rape of ethnic Tamils continues.
Sri Lanka: The Persecution of Tamils Continues Under Sirisena’s Watch
Sri Lanka’s Unexpected Political Opening Won’t Last Forever
November 09, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Unexpected Political Opening Won’t Last Forever
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’s Unexpected Political Opening Won’t Last Forever
Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: Let the Debate Begin – Again
September 14, 2015
Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: Let the Debate Begin – Again
Sri Lanka’s new government can expect a warm reception in Geneva, but many important questions remain unanswered.
Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: Let the Debate Begin – Again
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