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Contribution of Fisheries Sector to the Economy of Sri Lanka

Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu, at the southern tip of mainland India, is where the waters of the Arabian Sea and the Bay...

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa Taking a new direction in Sri Lanka’s Foreign Policy

Former Sri Lankan defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa was declared victorious in Sri Lanka after a closely fought election, as his main ...

Sri Lanka Appoints New Minister for Foreign Relations

The newly-elected Sri Lankan President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa appointed Dinesh Gunawardena as  the Minister of Foreign Relations after his  Presidential election in 2019.  In addition to Foreign Affairs,...

Lebanon and Sri Lanka: An Extraordinary Relationship and a Bright Future

Since the Silk Road, Arabs turned to Asian countries, and this was the reason for the spread of Arab civilization in many Asian countries. The...

Why Sri Lanka needs a “National Securitism” oriented National Security Policy?

“National Security” was one of the main discussion points in the propaganda campaigns of all major contenders of the Presidential election. War-time Defence Secretary, Gotabaya Rajapakshe,...

Sri Lanka’s election results and their implications

Authors: Tridivesh Singh Maini & Mahitha Lingala* The Sri Lankan election result, was closely observed, not just for its likely impact on domestic politics in Sri...

The era emerged from “RuwanWeliSaya”: Aftermath of Presidential Election in Sri Lanka

Authors: Punsara Amarasinghe & Eshan Jayawardane Civilizational influence in shaping national political consciousness is an indispensable factor   that one cannot deny or completely abandon albeit how rationalized or tries...

Belt and Road Initiative: Challenging South and Southeast Asia

The euphoria about the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Indonesia and elsewhere in South and Southeast Asia (SEA) has been felt since 2017, particularly following...

Indian Mujahideen, IS and Hizbul Tahrir: Breeding ground for terrorism in South Asia

India Today dated October 8, 2019 has made the startling revelation `The Special Cell of the Delhi Police, probing an IM module, stumbled upon evidence suggesting...

Sri Lanka Needs to Invest in People to Unlock Its Productive Potential

The World Bank unveiled today a new report to guide policymakers and development practitioners across Sri Lanka in better investing in the health and education of all Sri Lankans.   The report Sri Lanka Human Capital Development : Realizing the Promise and...

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The Global South and the South Globe’s Potential

Recently we have seen two important activities of the...

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