Follow @southasiaanalys

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka: The Tamil Experience of being Alienated at Home

Paper No. 5749                                        Dated 23-Jul-2014

Guest Column by Charles Sarvan

What follows is consequent of a remark made by (Sinhalese) Mr Bradman Weerakoon on 20 June 2014 in the course of a eulogy on his close friend of many years, (Tamil) Mr Duleepkumar.

Sri Lanka: Was it a Genocide?

Paper No. 5748                                        Dated 21-Jul-2014

by Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) were one of the most advanced militant groups in the world listed as the world’s greatest terrorist threat by the United States (U.S.) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ahead of Al-Qaeda1.

View from Sri Lanka: Jaitley-Modi populist budget promises reforms later

Paper No. 5745                                     Dated 21-Jul-2014

Guest Column by Dr Kumar David

The budget is a harbinger of state-led capitalism with Indian characteristics.

Sri Lanka: Time to shake up Sri Lanka’s “business as usual” with India - Update No. 247

Note No.  721                                          Dated 17-Jul-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan

(This article contains excerpts from a media interview given by the author on August 16, 2014.)

Why violent attacks continue against Muslims in Sri Lanka? – Update No 246

Note No. 720                                               Dated 16-Jun-2014

By Col R Hariharan

“Bodu Bala Sena General Secretary Galagodaaththe Gnanasara Thero addressing the rally in Aluthgama yesterday, referred to Muslims in derogatory terms and accused sections of the Government of being in collaboration with the Muslim Community. “

Modi-fying Phase Developing Trajectories for South Asia

Paper No. 5712                                          Dated 02-Jun-2014

Guest Column by Ravi Sundaralingam

(These are personal views of a Sri Lankan Tamil based in London.  The views expressed are his own- Director)

If Indian Election results were a surprise, then how Narendra Modi was prior to the elections, and now modified as the Premier is a revelation. 

The view from Lanka: A landslide in the bovine-belt

Paper No. 5706                                        Dated 21-May-2014

Guest column by Dr Kumar David

This essay argues that despite a right-wing Hindutva victory democracy and secularism are secure, and secondly that Indian foreign policy and policy towards Lanka will hardly change.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sri Lanka