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Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
January 11, 2017
Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
Taylor Dibbert and Ankit Panda discuss Sri Lanka's domestic politics and foreign policy.
Understanding Sri Lanka, Two Years After Sirisena Defeated Rajapaksa
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
September 18, 2016
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
Geographic proximity meant that the histories of India and Sri Lanka were intertwined.
India and Sri Lanka in Antiquity
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
June 26, 2016
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
The country’s foreign minister keeps talking big, but speeches are not policy.
Is Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister On Autopilot?
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
May 19, 2016
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
The island nation’s “democratic transition” leaves plenty to be desired.
Sri Lanka’s Uneasy Peace
Problems Continue to Plague Sri Lanka’s Northern Province
February 18, 2016
Problems Continue to Plague Sri Lanka’s Northern Province
In spite of the country’s recent democratic gains, problems continue to plague Sri Lanka’s Tamil-dominated Northern Province.
Problems Continue to Plague Sri Lanka’s Northern Province
Explaining Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka
February 03, 2016
Explaining Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka
Transitional justice in Sri Lanka will be a long, difficult process; awareness-raising is absolutely essential.
Explaining Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: Is Sirisena Ready to Release Tamil Political Prisoners?
October 19, 2015
Sri Lanka: Is Sirisena Ready to Release Tamil Political Prisoners?
Will Tamil political prisoners in Sri Lanka really be released?
Sri Lanka: Is Sirisena Ready to Release Tamil Political Prisoners?
Interview: UN Report on Sri Lanka
September 17, 2015
Interview: UN Report on Sri Lanka
Jehan Perera of Sri Lanka's National Peace Council responds to the UN Human Rights Council's report on the civil war.
Interview: UN Report on Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
June 09, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
Under Sirisena, the country is trying to move from “victory” to “remembrance” of its brutal civil war.
Sri Lanka’s Slow Shift on War Attitude
India-Sri Lanka Fishermen Dispute Remains Complicated Despite Modest Advances
March 13, 2014
India-Sri Lanka Fishermen Dispute Remains Complicated Despite Modest Advances
A working group meeting between India and Sri Lanka on a dispute involving Tamil fishermen has been postponed.
India-Sri Lanka Fishermen Dispute Remains Complicated Despite Modest Advances
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