The international community mistakenly hopes war will bring peace to Sri Lanka.
The international community's strategy has made any rights the Tamils secure depend entirely on the outcome of the war.
Sri Lanka is under no real pressure on human rights
Why the UNP was never committed to federalism.
The effects of today’s dynamics on Sri Lanka’s sociopolitical fabric will be powerful and long lasting.
Only an end to the state’s Sinhala chauvunism will bring peace.
The APRC legitimized international support for Rajapakse’s war.
Development-led pacification will not work in Sri Lanka's Northeast.
The lessons of July 1983
International inaction stems from divergent interests.