Until December 2016.
Opinion pieces on international relations
Reading Time: 5 minutesLKI’s Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja and Adam Collins argue, that, while reforms must be accompanied by policies to make the benefits of openness more inclusive, turning away from globalisation entirely would leave all Sri Lankan’s worse off.
Reading Time: 6 minutesLKI’s Malinda Meegoda analyses Sri Lanka’s nuclear policy, the North Korean nuclear crisis, and the way forward for smaller states such Sri Lanka to reaffirm their commitments to nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
Reading Time: 5 minutesAdam Collins highlights the four key risks to the global economy that Sri Lanka should look out for in 2018 and argues that local policymakers should continue with reforms to ensure that the Sri Lankan economy is well placed to withstand the next global downturn.
Reading Time: 6 minutesDivya Hundlani and Ganeshan Wignaraja explore how the Sri Lanka-Singapore Free Trade Agreement signals a move towards a deepening economic relationship with Singapore, and the ways in Sri Lanka can fully benefit from such an agreement.
Reading Time: 6 minutesGaneshan Wignaraja and Myra Sivaloganathan explore the opportunities for Sri Lanka to shape the Commonwealth at the upcoming meeting, by working to promote intra-Commonwealth trade, women’s employment and leadership, the empowerment of youth, and democratic values.
Reading Time: 6 minutesGaneshan Wignaraja and Adam Collins explain how Sri Lanka benefits from a rules-based global trading system under the World Trade Organization, and argue that it must be defended at the upcoming Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires.
Reading Time: 5 minutesAnishka De Zylva highlights the importance of the Paris Agreement and explores how Sri Lanka can maximise its financial and other opportunities.
Reading Time: 5 minutesBarana Waidyatilake explores how Indian Ocean Rim Association can help realise Sri Lanka’s leadership potential in maritime security.
Reading Time: 6 minutesGaneshan Wignaraja looks at China’s Belt and Road and other regional infrastructure financing initiatives and argues that Sri Lanka should cleverly manage their risks, and use them to build the domestic infrastructure needed to create a vibrant economic hub in the Indian Ocean.
Reading Time: 5 minutesAnishka De Zylva explores international opportunities to counter youth radicalization in Sri Lanka.
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