The logic of ‘dialogue amongst moderates’ amid genocide
Why Sri Lanka ignores international outrage over the camps
Tamil anger is held in check by international commitments.
Sanctions compel people to change their government's conduct.
Sri Lanka is laying the foundations for renewed war.
Sri Lanka’s crisis was made possible by international engagement.
Sri Lanka’s concentration camps exemplify ethnic relations there.
Sri Lanka is – again – trying to make money through Tamil suffering.
These are both revealing and defining times for the Tamils and Sri Lanka.
The struggle for Tamil liberation is entering a new phase.