The goodwill of the Sinhala majority is a brittle basis for lasting peace in Sri Lanka.
Why should the Tamils expect a change in international conduct?
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Whatever suffering the Sinhala state and its international allies inflict on us, we are not going to give up now.
The world will come to face a choice: perpetual conflict in the island or a two-state solution.
What international action would make the Sinhalese share power?
International community struggles to face Sri Lanka’s reality.
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