Reading Time: 9 min read LKI’s Sandunika Hasangani analyses emerging techno-politics between 5G vendors and nation-states, and explores possible implications for smaller countries like Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: 8 min read LKI’s Chattalie Jayatilaka looks at how digital diplomacy has impacted international relations and recommendations for Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: < 1 min read LKI’s Malinda Meegoda explores Autonomous weapons in the South Asian context: Risks and countermeasures in the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) report titled The Impact of Artificial Intelligence On Strategic Stability And Nuclear Risk.
Reading Time: < 1 min read With China increasing its soft power and foreign aid during the COVID-19 pandemic, Sri Lanka’s experience of BRI projects provides useful lessons for others. See this recently published Chatham House paper on Chinese Investment and the BRI in Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: < 1 min read In this selected paper, LKI’s Natalie Klein utilises a stakeholder identification theory, to identify and prioritise the interests of different actors from the perspective of the judge in reaching decisions to advance the goals of UNCLOS dispute settlement.
Reading Time: < 1 min read In a chapter on the book titled ‘Radicalization in South Asia : Context, Trajectories and Implications’, LKI’s Anishka De Zylva and Barana Waidyatilaka looks at counter-radicalization in Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: < 1 min read In an article on the journal titled “Diplomacy and World Affairs”, LKI’s Sandunika Hasangani and Professor Nayani Melegoda, Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Colombo, discusses how the open Indo Pacific Strategy promotes peace and stability in the region.
Reading Time: < 1 min read In this article, LKI’s Natalie Klein provides a preliminary assessment of how international law relating to maritime security can account for the operations of Maritime Autonomous Vehicles.
Reading Time: < 1 min read In this SWP Working Paper, LKI’s Barana Waidyatilake seeks to provide a Sri Lankan perspective on its regional role
Reading Time: < 1 min read In an article published by The Diplomat, LKI’s Barana Waidyatilake explains why Sri Lanka’s best strategy is to stand for a rules-based order, as geopolitical competition intensifies in the Indian Ocean.
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