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Rajapaksa’s bad gamble

After India’s vote against Sri Lanka at the UNHCR, Southasian states can no longer count on New Delhi’s neutrality while formulating foreign policy.

| May 03, 2012

Two years on

Near the two-year anniversary of Mohammed Nasheed’s election in the Maldives, democracy in the atolls continues to experience growing pains, made more difficult by an increasingly bipolar polity.

| Oct 01, 2010

Frozen lives

The Bhutanese refugees of southeast Nepal after more than a decade of exile.

| Jan 01, 2003

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