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May 31 2022

Sri Lanka has not been blessed with the kind of far sighted leadership : An exclusive interview with Erik Solheim

A.Jathindra
Erik Solheim

Erik Solheim is a Norwegian diplomat and international peace-maker.

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March 28 2022

We need to search for possible ways out: An exclusive interview with Dmitry Stefanovich

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Dmitry Stefanovich

Dmitry Stefanovich is a research fellow at the Centre for International Security, Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAS) focusing on strategic stability, nuclear deterrence, and non-proliferation, long-range precision weapons, and disruptive

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- March 22 2022

We are closer to a nuclear war: An exclusive interview with Dr.Andrey Kortunov

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Dr.Andrey Kortunov

Dr.Andrey Kortunov is the Director-General of the Russian International Affairs Council. The Russian International Affairs Council is a non-profit partnership established by the order of the President of the Russian Federation.

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- March 04 2022

We can only turn to India for help as it is the regional power : An exclusive interview with Dr. Nirmala Chandrahasan.

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Dr.Nirmala

Dr. Nirmala Chandrahasan is a distinguished academic and law professor, who has been involved in the constitutional process to resolve the national question for several years. She has specialised in international law, particularly in the areas of the law of the sea, international humanitarian ( laws of war), human rights, and refugee law. She has contributed articles on these subjects to international law journals and has written a book on the Law of the Sea. Dr.

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December 19 2021

India will not allow abolition: An exclusive interview with Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu

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Dr.Paikiasothy

Dr.Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu is the founder Executive Director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA). He was a member of the Foreign Policy Advisory Group and the Board of the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute for International and Strategic Studies

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December 19 2021

Languish in India as Refugees or Return to Sri Lanka with an Uncertain Future

M. R. Sivaraman and V. Suryanarayan
Sri Lankan refugees

In the famous quote in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 1, in the opening words of a soliloquy, Hamlet asks himself, “to be, or not to be”. The Prince of Denmark is faced with a great dilemma. His mother married his uncle after his father’s suspicious death. The ghost of Hamlet’s father told him the whole thing was shady. What is the young prince expected to do?

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