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Interview: UN Report on Sri Lanka
By Sanjay Kumar
Jehan Perera of Sri Lanka's National Peace Council responds to the UN Human Rights Council's report on the civil war.
Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council: Let the Debate Begin – Again
By Taylor Dibbert
Sri Lanka’s new government can expect a warm reception in Geneva, but many important questions remain unanswered.
Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa Foiled Again
By Sudha Ramachandran
Is it the end of the road for the country’s former strongman?
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
By Vishal Arora
Under Sirisena, the country is trying to move from “victory” to “remembrance” of its brutal civil war.
How Sri Lanka Won the War
By Peter Layton
Lessons in strategy from an overlooked victory
Sri Lanka: Hope for Minorities?
By Neha Sinha
Any optimism felt by the country’s beleaguered minorities remains tempered.
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
By Mohamed Zeeshan
To fully integrate into the nation, the Tamil-majority Northern Province will need some political good faith.
India Backs Russia’s ‘Legitimate Interests’ in Ukraine
By Zachary Keck
India broke with the international community in acknowledging that Russia has legitimate interests in Ukraine.
In Sri Lanka, Will Mass Grave Case Be Buried?
Evidence of torture and killing bring the president’s brother under scrutiny.
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.