Extended analyses on foreign policy issues
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: 12 min read Dr. Biwajit Dhar elucidates the US trade war and broader implications for global trade.
Reading Time: 12 min read LKI’s Pabasara Kannangara examines India’s Sagarmala infrastructure project and what it means for Sri Lankan ports’ role in the Indian Ocean maritime trade.
Reading Time: 17 min read LKI’s Farah Ibrahim explores the relationship between Sri Lanka and the Maldives and areas for improvement.
Reading Time: 11 min read Barana Waidyatilake outlines Sri Lanka’s policies repositioning itself as a regional leader in diplomacy and as an economic hub of the Indian Ocean.
Reading Time: 11 min read LKI’s Malinda Meegoda explores escalating military spending in the Indian Ocean and what that means for security in the region in his latest Policy Brief.
Reading Time: 15 min read LKI’s Barana Waidyatilake and Myra Sivaloganathan consider how Sri Lanka could integrate Buddhist values into foreign policy messaging, to strengthen its transnational ties and mitigate the rise of Sinhalese-Buddhist extremist groups.
Reading Time: 14 min read In the latest of a series of papers resulting from the Sri Lanka Foreign Policy Forum 2017, LKI’s Barana Waidyatilake outlines the measures that Sri Lanka must take to ensure its security against the shifting geopolitical dynamics of the Indian Ocean region.
Reading Time: 16 min read Kanishka Jayasuriya analyses the nature of the geoeconomic shift that is reshaping the regional order, and considers its implications for Sri Lankan foreign policy.
Reading Time: 14 min read LKI’s Kadira Pethiyagoda discusses India-China relations, the drivers of conflict and cooperation for the two regional powers, and the implications for Sri Lanka.
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