Editorial/Opinion

A question of confidence

No government in recent memory has survived as many votes of no confidence as the present one. The last one that took place on Thursday was significant in more aspects than one for the simple reason t Read More »

Govt. wins the battle not the war

There is no such thing as an outright political lie. According to James Cusick of The Independent, instead, there’s distortion, exaggeration, misrepresentation, deception, half-truth, understatement, Read More »

Beyond Black July

This week marked the beginning of July. In this week’s column, I would like to focus on certain critical issues arising in our political landscape in the month of July. Read More »

Politics of destruction

We Sri Lankans have a knack for shooting ourselves in the foot and blaming everyone else for the self-inflicted pain. Take for instance the three-decade-old war, which in effect could have been preven Read More »
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