40 Years Since Black July, No Change, No Justice in Sri Lanka
By Archana Ravichandradeva and Ambihai Akilan
To date, no government official, politician, or civilian has been held accountable for the violence against Tamils seen during Black July.
Is Transformation Possible in Sri Lanka?
By Bhavani Fonseka
One year after the protests that ousted Sri Lanka’s president and government, reforms remain elusive and the national crisis is far from over.
Why Sri Lanka’s Headline Grabbing Protests Failed
By Thusiyan Nandakumar
Yes, Sri Lankans drove President Gotabaya Rajapaksa from office – but did they accomplish any lasting change?
Don’t Let China Dictate US and Indian Policy on Sri Lanka
By Madura Rasaratnam and Mario Arulthas
The U.S. and India cannot advance their interests in Sri Lanka by appeasing Colombo.
The Geopolitics of Sri Lanka’s Transitional Justice
By Ana Pararajasingham
Western countries are less interested in pressuring Sri Lanka now that Rajapaksa is no longer in charge.