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Languish in India as Refugees or Return to Sri Lanka with an Uncertain Future

By:M. R. Sivaraman and V. Suryanarayan Paper nr: Date:19/12/2021

In the famous quote in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 1, in the opening words of a soliloquy, Ham

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An Exclusive Interview with Ron Ridenour

By: Paper nr: Date:28/02/2021

Ron Ridenour is an American journalist, anti-war and civil rights activist. He is an author of 12 books: “The Russian Peace Threat: Pentagon on Alert”.

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Inherent bad faith: Alternatives for deducing the Indo-Lanka Accord

By: S.S.Mani Paper nr: Date:19/01/2021

For those aligned with the realist tradition in international relations, the creation of the Indo-Lanka Accord becomes a point of reference for corroboration.

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The destruction of the Jaffna University memorial: Dire straits across Palk Strait

By:Centre for Strategic Studies – Trincomalee Paper nr: Date:14/01/2021

The monument erected at the University of Jaffna in memory of the people who lost their lives during the last war was removed by the university administration on the 8th of January 2021.

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Zeitgeist, Imperiums and Ontological Security: Cues and Insinuations on Developments in Sri Lanka

By:Sivas Krishna Paper nr: Date:20/09/2020

The Oslo II Accord that was signed in September 1995 substantiated an important argument in state-building.Read more..

The Corona: Is China having the last laugh?

By:A.Jathindra Paper nr: Date:02/04/2020

China has continued to object to Coronavirus being referred to as “Wuhan Virus” or “Chinese Virus” which by all accounts originated in Wuhan of Hubei Province, China.

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An EXCLUSIVE Interview with S I Keethaponcalan

By: Paper nr: Date:06/11/2018

Dr S. I. Keethaponcalan is Chair of the Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution Department at Salisbury University, Maryland.

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A Response to S I Keethaponcalan’s EXCLUSIVE Interview

By:T Ramakrishnan Paper nr: Date:01/11/2018

Dr S.I. Keethaponcalan has made some pertinent points in the interview given to the Centre for Strategic Studies Trincomalee (CSST). The most important of them is his response to the question on the effectiveness of liberal values stating "we need to adhere to these principles.Read more..