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Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu: Common grounds That Can Turn a New page in Bilateralism

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Harini Jayaraman* Kanyakumari ,situated in Tamil Nadu which is the Southernmost point in India is where the waters of the Bay...

The Relevance of US -Sri Lanka Relations: Turning Over a New Leaf in Diplomacy

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Yashodha Rathnayake* Seventy-one years after independence, Sri Lanka   is    eventually   on a new   path in forging   stronger   diplomatic bonds with the...

70th Milestone of the Indian Republic: Building a New Foreign Policy Partnership with Sri Lanka

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Yashodha Rathnayake It is 70 years since the first republic day of India which is a significant milestone in the Indian...

70 Years Together: Australia and Sri Lanka Forging Stronger Relations

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Yashodha  Rathnayake* In reinforcing Seventy years of bonds, Sri Lanka enjoys closer foreign relations with Australia than ever before. This bilateralism...

Sirimavo of Sri Lanka: Refocusing on World’s first Women Prime Minister

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Pooja Singh* In 1970s, there was a time when Sirimavo Bandaranaike caught the global attention and her premiership was one of...

Constitutional Crisis in Sri Lanka and its Impact on Indo-Pacific Diplomacy

Authors: Raghav Pandey & Adithya Anil Variath The neologism – Constitutional coup, entered into the foray ofrealpolitik with President Maithripala Sirisena sacking his ally and...

Enduring Legacy of Former Sri Lankan President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Pooja Singh* A long and difficult election journey for uncountable numbers of Sri Lankan politicians and for party supporters of Sri...

Sri Lanka’s Shifting Politics: 2018 Marks a Turning Point for SLFP

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Pooja Singh For the past twenty-five years, Sri Lanka’s freedom party have enjoyed enormous success in Sri Lanka’s political history. Yet,...

India’s Unwavering Stance for Maldives Remains Solid Since1988 Coup d’état

Authors: Srimal Fernando and Pooja Singh On the early morning hours of 3rd November in 1988, 100 Mercenaries belonging to the People's Liberation Organisation of...

Sri Lanka’s Politics: A Tussle between Democratic Defeat and Triumph

The answer to Sri Lanka’s current political crisis is complex.  The split between United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) and United National Party (UNP) turned...

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Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) – A Promise of Tomorrow?

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