Tag Archives | Tamils

Sri Lanka’s Stalled Reforms

  • Don’t Rehabilitate Sri Lanka’s Tarnished Military

  • Sri Lanka Doesn’t Deserve More American Bear Hugs

  • Sri Lanka Still Isn’t Serious about Confronting its Dark History

  • A Tamil Diaspora Perspective on Sri Lanka

  • Examining Sri Lanka’s Current Political Situation

  • Buddhist-Muslim Violence in South and South-East Asia: The Local Becomes Regional, or a Clash of Civilizations?

  • Another Sri Lankan Election with No Solution to the Tamil Issue

  • Sri Lanka: A New Dawn

  • Sri Lanka’s Presidential Election: Four Things to Watch

  • Kaleidoscope of Desire: Reflections on Sri Lanka

  • With the Islamic State, U.S. Getting Ready for Its “Suez Crisis” Post-Imperial Close-Up

  • The Sri Lankan Government is Crushing Dissent

  • Modi Unlikely to Forgive the U.S.

  • Reevaluating Sri Lanka’s LLRC Progress: Part One

  • Tamils take Control in Provincial Election Landslide

  • Interview with Sri Lanka’s The Social Architects

  • Seeking Accountability in Sri Lanka

  • On the Commonwealth, Values and Sri Lanka

  • Militarization a Way of Life in Kilinochchi

  • The Upcoming HRC Resolution on Sri Lanka

  • Broken Dreams: The Truth about Sri Lanka

  • Brief Thoughts on the Kerry Nomination and U.S.-Lanka Relations

  • Reconciliation’s Long Road in Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka’s Next Steps: A LLRC Shadow Action Plan

  • Burma Washes Its Hands of the Rohingyas

  • Human rights in Sri Lanka: Between the UN and the U.S.

  • U.S. Foreign Policy and the Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka

  • Minister Peiris Goes to Washington

  • Post-Geneva Delusions: The Next Steps in Sri Lanka

  • The Effects of the U.S. Resolution Against Sri Lanka

  • Salt on Old Wounds: Post-War Sri Lanka

  • Who Will Win at the Human Rights Council?

  • Jack Kingston’s Love Letter to Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka’s Game of Diplomacy

  • Sri Lanka’s ‘Truth’ Commission: A Brief Assessment of the LLRC Report

  • The Continued Militarization of Sri Lanka

  • Statelessness in the Aftermath of the Sri Lankan Civil War