The international community’s past policies towards Sri Lanka and its failure to revisit fundamental assumptions is fuelling the slide to renewed war.
Which – ethnic harmony or a unitary state – is more important to Sri Lankans?
India has the additional responsibility to meet the expectations of other players in international affairs.
Sri Lanka is not so much a failed state but a state which, if you are not Sinhala, is so defective as to be beyond repair.
The Rajapakse administration is pushing for a new round of conflict - with specific strategic objectives.
What is the wider impact of selective criticism on the norm of human rights?
Despite last week’s election, a major shift in the dynamics of the peace process is not in sight.
Readings of last week’s election results are overly optimistic.
Muslims are being coopted into the Sinhala state’s efforts to crush the Tamil struggle.
Why is consensus amongst Sinhala parties so elusive?