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Sri Lanka Can Gain More from Migration by Helping Returnees Reintegrate Better

Reintegration programmes must start working with migrants before they depart, continue to work with them during their time abroad and on their return, argues a new IPS study.

Drained Out or New Potential?: Hydro Power and Sri Lanka’s Energy Challenge

Special Article Marking World Water Day (22nd March), by Chatura Rodrigo and Athula Senaratne* Water and energy are linked with an eternal bond. Many countries blessed with rivers and waterfalls have harnessed their inherent kinetic energy through hydro-electricity in fulfilling …

Fighting for the Poor: Strengthening Antitrust Regulations

Special feature article marking ‘World Competition Day’ today, 5th December by Raveen Ekanayake and Kaushalya Attygalle   Cartels are Among Us   In 2013, it was found that brand-name drug manufacturers in the United States were paying their competitors – …

Will Sri Lanka Run Out of Water for Agriculture or Can it Be Managed?

In this special feature article to mark World Water Day today (22nd March), IPS researchers Chatura Rodrigo (Research Economist) and Athula Senaratne (Research Fellow) examine the usefulness of the ‘Integrated Water Resource Management’ approach as a solution to an impending …

Facing the Fallout of a Possible ‘Grexit’ and a Euro Break-up: Time for Preparation for Developing Countries

As the European crisis led by Greece and Spain has significantly worsened over the last few months, the future of Europe seems ever more uncertain. With the decreasing possibility of a favorable outcome coming out of Europe, the impact of this crisis on the United States, China and emerging Asia is steadily increasing. Countries outside of the region have begun to plan ahead for a possible breakup of the European Union and all eyes seem to be on the EU at the moment – waiting to see how the situation will eventually manifest.

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