Sri Lanka occupies a pivotal position as a strategic asset to both India and China, and despite its role as a pioneer of SAARC, the country is increasingly turning towards broader engagement with East Asia. This blog examines how Sri Lanka can delicately balance both Indian and Chinese interests to its advantage, to leverage the benefits of both regional superpowers.
This article examines the implications of China’s rise in the new global order and Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy on Sri Lanka.
This article elaborates on some key aspects highlighted in the Global Competitiveness Report 2016/17, which sheds light on structural weakness in the economy that inhibits Sri Lanka’s progress.
This article argues that the South-South Cooperation is gradually changing the landscape of economic and political diplomacy among the countries.
This article highlights the importance of Sri Lanka to look beyond regional focus, despite it’s strong position compared to its South Asian counterparts in the World Bank’s recent ‘Doing Business Report’.