Why Tamil-Muslim unity crucial for peace

Sri Lanka's six-decade old ethnic tension between the minority Tamils and the majority Sinhalese negatively affected both the island's socio-economic progress and ethnic harmony.

Displace or die: choices in a 'democratic state'

Sri Lanka wants Tamils to abandon their homes

Defining moments in Eelam War IV

Both the Sri Lankan forces and the Tamil Tigers are now poised for fiercer offensives

Peace a distant prospect

Can Sri Lanka destroy the Tigers?

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.

Genocide, independence and international law

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

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.

What does ‘territorial integrity’ mean now?

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

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.