Ranil Wickremesinghe

Shifting the blame

A minority is framed again to cover Sri Lanka’s fault lines, in wake of the Easter attacks.

| Jun 20, 2019

Easter Sunday bombings and its aftermath

In conversation with political scientist Jayadeva Uyangoda on the April 2019 attacks in Sri Lanka. [INCLUDES TRANSCRIPTION]

| May 15, 2019

The spectre haunting Lankan democracy

Will economic austerity come in the way of democracy?

| Jun 08, 2016

A record victory, poorly attended

How will the April election results affect the prospects for sustainable peace in Sri Lanka?

| May 01, 2010

A deal is a deal

With the suspension of preferential trading access, the European Union has sent a strong message to the Sri Lankan authorities.

| May 01, 2010

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