Monthly Archive: July 2018


Screening of peacekeeping personnel from Sri Lanka

By Neville Ladduwahetty This response is strictly limited to the issue of screening Peace Keeping personnel from Sri Lanka to UN Peacekeeping Operations, and not about the alleged threats by Rear Admiral (Dr.) Sarath Weerasekara to those involved with the process or to the condemnations by academics and prominent members...


The Mangala-Sumanthiran bluff on secularism

By Malinda Seneviratna Mangala Samaraweera, in supporting the report submitted by the Steering Committee on constitutional reform, called for a constitution that ‘will help our nation put its past behind for good and move forward with renewed hope.’  On the face of it, this is a positive statement.   Mangala’s...


War Crimes In Sri Lanka’s War Against The Tamil Tigers

By Kamalika Pieris In the history of wars, Sri Lanka alone stands out as the one country which is penalized for winning a secessionist war. This is one of the most bizarre outcomes of Eelam War IV, observed H.L.D Mahindapala. There has been no previous example of a   war winning...