Reading Time: 6 min read Image Credit – erandalx / depositphotos Ganeshan Wignaraja* China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) – a web of intercontinental road, rail … Continue reading How Can Sri Lanka Gain from Asia’s “Noodle Bowl” of Regional Infrastructure?
Reading Time: 2 min read Champa Patel argues for a comprehensive peace process in Myanmar. Image credit – pzurek / depositphotos ASIA COMMENTARY Root … Continue reading WEEKLY INSIGHTS: TUESDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2017
Reading Time: 5 min read Anishka De Zylva explores international opportunities to counter youth radicalization in Sri Lanka.
Reading Time: 2 min read Wolfgang Münchau of the FT argues that Catalonia is economically unprepared for independence. Image credit – bloodua / depositphotos ASIA COMMENTARY … Continue reading WEEKLY INSIGHTS: TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER 2017
Reading Time: 2 min read Khong Yuen Foong argues that a China-led strategic order is most likely to emerge in Southeast Asia, in the absence … Continue reading WEEKLY INSIGHTS: TUESDAY, 3 OCTOBER 2017
Reading Time: 1 min read LKI’s Weekly Insights summarise recent commentary on international relations and foreign policy for our time-pressed readers.
Reading Time: 2 min read Dani Rodrik argues against using the G20 to manage domestic economic issues. Image Credit – Wikimedia Commons ASIA COMMENTARY A … Continue reading WEEKLY INSIGHTS: TUESDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2017
Reading Time: 5 min read Ganeshan Wignaraja highlights the value of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in continuing trade liberalisation in Asia in challenging economic times, and how Sri Lanka can benefit from joining RCEP.
Reading Time: 2 min read Image Credit – Unsplash To celebrate International Literacy Day today, researchers at the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute (LKI) share their favourite … Continue reading Celebrating International Literacy Day: 8 ‘Great Reads’ on Foreign Relations
Reading Time: 6 min read Ganeshan Wignaraja explores Sri Lanka’s potential in entering global value chains, as a means of countering Sri Lanka’s persistent trade woes.