Extended analyses on foreign policy issues
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: 20 min read LKI’s Adam Collins and Malinda Meegoda explore ways Sri Lanka can develop and expand its economic links with countries in the Latin American regions.
Reading Time: 16 min read LKI’s Nilupul Gunawardena discusses how it is in Sri Lanka’s best interest to engage with the major powers of the Indo-Pacific, through continued cooperation in all areas that could benefit Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: 9 min read LKI’s Malinda Meegoda explores the impact Coronavirus has on the global economy, and how countries should prioritise national health and be cautious of their approach to containment efforts.
Reading Time: 15 min read LKI’s Sandunika Hasangani suggests a three-tier ‘TechPlomacy’ policy for Sri Lanka to moderate its citizen’s behavior online, leverage the giant tech companies, and manage the digital statecraft right.
Reading Time: 14 min read LKI’s Nilupul Gunawardena and Pabasara Kannangara helped Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs with background analytical work and a workshop to formulate a revitalized Africa policy, where they explored ways Sri Lanka can develop and expand its economic links with countries in the African Region.
Reading Time: 15 min read LKI’s Amalini Fernando explores the potential of using Gastrodiplomacy as a way to aid the recovery of Sri Lanka’s tourism sector, and strengthen Sri Lanka’s brand identity through the promotion of food and culture.
Reading Time: 13 min read In light of the recent Easter attacks, Nishadi Thennakoon of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, considers the adverse impact of internal social conflicts on Sri Lanka’s economic development.
Reading Time: 17 min read Admiral Travis Sinniah looks at the evolving global arms race, and calls for Sri Lanka to build up its knowledge, planning, and diplomatic capacity on arms control issues.
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