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When you read the book “Gota’s War” you learn that it does not means Gota won the war single-handedly

By Dr. Sarath Amunugama I consider Mr. Chandraprema’s book “Gotas War” which was launched last week to be the finest and most comprehensive description and analysis of the fratricidal ethnic conflict which affected Sri Lanka for over six decades. It is also a detailed analysis of the military operations that successfully terminated the armed uprising […]

Devolution and the concept of concurrency: Abolition or reform?

by Asanga Welikala Among proponents of devolution as a means of power-sharing in Sri Lanka, one of the key bones of contention about the Thirteenth Amendment has been the Concurrent List. Students in a group work to complete their art ~ The British High Commission marked the International Day of Peace on 21 September 2011 […]