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American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
February 08, 2018
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Washington continues with a misguided approach.
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Sri Lanka Doesn’t Need More American Bear Hugs
December 06, 2017
Sri Lanka Doesn’t Need More American Bear Hugs
Washington’s current approach actually discourages reform.
Sri Lanka Doesn’t Need More American Bear Hugs
Looking at Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
December 01, 2017
Looking at Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
The Diplomat’s Taylor Dibbert speaks with Sri Lankan civil society leader Jehan Perera.
Looking at Constitutional Reform 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
‘The Nonsense of Witnessing Such Beauty’: Malinowski’s Tryst with Sri Lanka
October 11, 2017
‘The Nonsense of Witnessing Such Beauty’: Malinowski’s Tryst with Sri Lanka
The great ethnographer’s little-known adventures on the way to the Pacific.
‘The Nonsense of Witnessing Such Beauty’: Malinowski’s Tryst with Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
October 10, 2017
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
Counter-radicalization is an important issue, and greater international engagement is needed.
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
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: Sovereignty Compromised
September 09, 2017
Sri Lanka: Sovereignty Compromised
Colombo’s attempt to balance India and China has proved futile.
Sri Lanka: Sovereignty Compromised
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
Sri Lanka's Debt and China’s Money
August 16, 2017
Sri Lanka's Debt and China’s Money
Faced with difficult choices, Sri Lanka has to hope China’s Belt and Road can bring prosperity.
Sri Lanka's Debt and China’s Money
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
June 28, 2017
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
Violence against Muslims and Christians is cause for concern.
Mounting Religious Violence in Sri Lanka
New Delhi’s Indian Ocean Outreach
June 01, 2017
New Delhi’s Indian Ocean Outreach
India’s recent outreach to Sri Lanka and Mauritius suggest renewed focus on the Indian Ocean region.
New Delhi’s Indian Ocean Outreach
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
April 17, 2017
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
Sri Lanka’s security sector is in serious need of reform.
The Cancer Within Sri Lanka’s Military
No, Sri Lanka Isn’t North Korea
March 09, 2017
No, Sri Lanka Isn’t North Korea
A misguided campaign gains traction.
No, Sri Lanka Isn’t North Korea
Sri Lanka: Back in the Spotlight at the Human Rights Council
March 03, 2017
Sri Lanka: Back in the Spotlight at the Human Rights Council
Colombo’s performance comes under heightened scrutiny.
Sri Lanka: Back in the Spotlight at the Human Rights Council
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
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