Peace a distant prospect

Can Sri Lanka destroy the Tigers?

Genocide, independence and international law

What are the lessons for the Tamils from Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Kosovo?

Sri Lanka officials complicit in Tamil Genocide?

In a commentary published in the Washington Post newspaper, Bruce Fein urged the U.S. Justice Department to lead a genocide investigation of Sri Lanka's Defense Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapakse, Lt.Gen. Fonseka, and Basil Rajapakse.

Russia Positions Itself As Global Economic Player

Following the events in Georgia, Dr. Ali Ettefagh examines the question, What's the next likely target of Russia's reassertion of power?

Russia: Georgia unleashed this war

Vladimir Vinokurov highlights the essential background details to the Georgian-Russo Conflict, that the US media omitted.

The myth about the Tamils of Sri Lanka

The first casualty of war, they say, is truth. Sri Lanka has been at war for almost three decades. This article examines the myths surrounding the conflict in Sri Lanka.

Tamil separatism survives on the strength of Sinhala nationalism

Kusal Perera examines Sinhala nationalism impact on Sri Lanka and Tamil separatism, whilst looking to the possible future of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka, sick man of SAARC

As the SAARC summit comes to an end Ivan Pedropillai, chief editor of the Tamil Writers Guild, argues for international intervention to stop Sri Lanka's "calculated campaign of genocide".

What does ‘territorial integrity’ mean now?

Abkhazia and South Ossetia near independence on Russian ‘u-turn’ after Kosovo

‘Neighbours’, but so what?

On 25th Anniversary of Black July, the article examines Sri Lankan inter-ethnic relations and the potential for a repeat of Black July.

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