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  • India urges SL to avoid hostility

    India urges SL to avoid hostility

    India’s External Affairs Minister Salman Kurshid today urged the Sri Lankan leadership to look at “possible ways to avoid an hostile attitude towards people and countries that matter,” in the light of a likely US-sponsored resolution on Sri Lanka at …






  • Counter Terrorist Trends And Analysis

    Counter Terrorist Trends And Analysis

    International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies of Nanyang Technological University
    Annual Threat Assessment 
    South Asia Sri Lanka

    There have been no incidents of terrorism in Sri Lanka since the Liberation Tigers of



  • Michele Sison chortles (privately)

    Michele Sison chortles (privately)

    [In a parallel universe, of course]

    I read somewhere that some cabinet ministers are peeved that I am in the habit of inviting heads of state institutions for chit-chat over coffee, tea, wine or whisky.  They are upset, I heard, …


  • Open Letter to Participants of LTTE Conference in UK

    Open Letter to Participants of LTTE Conference in UK

    February 8, 2014

    Prof. Dr. Jochen Hippler, INEF University, Germany

    Dr. David Rampton, London School of Economics

    Associate Professor Dr. Jake Lynch, University of Sydney

    Mr. Ken Macnab, President CPACS Council, Sydney

    Mr. Dennis Halliday, Transnational Institute

    Prof. Yiftachel, Ben …


  • LTTE Backed Bahu in Fraud Charges?

    LTTE Backed Bahu in Fraud Charges?

    The police said yesterday the Leader of the Nawa Sama Samaja Party (NSSP) and the Gampaha District Leader, could be arrested in the wake of allegations leveled against the NSSP over the submission of fake nominations and false details of …