Category: Sri Lanka Politics

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Sri Lanka FM Sabry – Don’t promote FAILED South African Truth & Reconciliation Commission

    Sri Lanka is making fundamental errors if we compare Sri Lanka’s problem with that of South Africa. Sri Lanka faced a non-international armed conflict by armed combatants who terrorized all communities &...

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Should we privatize Sri Lanka’s State Owned Enterprises (SOE’s)

    In the name of development Sri Lanka has seen enormous changes. How far development was not planned considering the environment is seen by many environment-related catastrophes across the island. The geopolitical position...

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Indo-Lanka Accord of 29 July 1987 does not restrict Sri Lanka’s use of its own Ports or Trinco Oil Tanks

The Indo-Lanka Accord was signed on 29 July 1987 in Colombo with Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi signing on behalf of India & President J R Jayawardena signing on behalf of Sri Lanka. There are...

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Questions for Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith

Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith is not only asking questions but making all sorts of wild allegations. Cardinal Malcolm also needs to answer some questions.   Cardinal Malcom – Are you aware that within the course...

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Foreign Think Tanks influence Sri Lanka: Mont Pelerin Society – ADVOCATA – Institute of Policy Studies

When population is increasing, not only is there scarcity of resources there is a hurry to grab resources & secure its ownership. Privatization is a means to advance this goal. Corporates are steadily transferring...

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Regime Change Role of International Republican Institute (IRI) in Sri Lanka

US foreign policy does not change whatever party comes to power. American Exceptionalism is at the forefront of US foreign policy for Democrats & Republicans. Soft-power tools are terms “democracy” “freedoms” “rights” “gender equality”...