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Shrinking Space for Religious Minorities in Sri Lanka 
October 25, 2021

Shrinking Space for Religious Minorities in Sri Lanka 

By Knox Thames
Recent reports from CSW and USCIRF highlight the pressures put on Sri Lanka’s religious minorities.

India Competes for Sri Lanka’s Affections
October 08, 2021

India Competes for Sri Lanka’s Affections

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China’s growing footprint in Sri Lanka has been of concern to India.
Does Sri Lanka Really Have a Food Crisis?
September 24, 2021

Does Sri Lanka Really Have a Food Crisis?

By Kalani Kumarasinghe
The problem isn’t the availability of food items or essential goods, but skyrocketing prices of essentials due to stockpiling.

Church: Talks on Sri Lankan Blasts Require Government Credibility
September 01, 2021

Church: Talks on Sri Lankan Blasts Require Government Credibility

By Krishan Francis
Bombings on Easter Sunday 2019 killed 269 people. The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Sri Lanka wants a transparent investigation before talks with the government.

Colombo Security Conclave: A New Minilateral for the Indian Ocean?
August 19, 2021

Colombo Security Conclave: A New Minilateral for the Indian Ocean?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India’s sees subregional engagement, like the expanding Colombo Security Conclave, as critical for securing its strategic interests.

Spotlight on Sri Lanka’s Women-Headed Households Affected by COVID-19
June 04, 2021

Spotlight on Sri Lanka’s Women-Headed Households Affected by COVID-19

By Lihini Ratwatte
A quarter of households in Sri Lanka are headed by women, yet there is no comprehensive national strategy to address their needs, particularly during times of crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic.

Darshana M. Baruah on Indian Ocean Geopolitics
June 01, 2021

Darshana M. Baruah on Indian Ocean Geopolitics

By Shannon Tiezzi
“To better understand the unraveling Indian Ocean geopolitics, it is important to study and understand the new maritime identities of the Indian Ocean islands.”
Remembering Bishop Rayappu Joseph: A Tireless Campaigner for Justice in Sri Lanka
April 23, 2021

Remembering Bishop Rayappu Joseph: A Tireless Campaigner for Justice in Sri Lanka

By Jeevethan Selvachandran
Bishop Joseph spent his life advocating for peace and justice for Sri Lanka’s Tamils.

Sri Lankan Muslims Fear Speaking Out
April 09, 2021

Sri Lankan Muslims Fear Speaking Out

By Tasnim Nazeer
A crackdown on dissenting voices -- those denouncing Islamophobia and criticizing the government -- has Sri Lanka’s Muslims afraid to speak out.

Sri Lanka Approves New Port Development With India and Japan
March 02, 2021

Sri Lanka Approves New Port Development With India and Japan

By Associated Press
Weeks after scrapping a deal with India and Japan, Sri Lanka says the pair can develop a different new terminal at Colombo Port.

Rajapaksa Brothers Expect Strong Support in Sri Lanka Polls
August 04, 2020

Rajapaksa Brothers Expect Strong Support in Sri Lanka Polls

By Associated Press
There are at least four Rajapaksa family members contesting seats in the Parliament election scheduled for Wednesday.
Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils
May 15, 2020

Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils

By Visvajit Sriramrajan
More than a decade after the Mullivaikkal massacre, Tamils remain heavily discriminated against by a state that has yet to reckon with its violent past.

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