Rise of the Ex-Militant in Lankan and Iraqi Politics

In the Sri Lankan state of affairs, the hidden hands behind the Aragalaya begin to come to light — including the involvement of the JVP, its fronts and breakaway groups.

Re-emergence of Terror in Sri Lanka — a Hotbed for Chaos

The vicious head of the terror snake meticulously searches for a burrow to strengthen and nourish its body of destruction. The burrow, being political, social and regional instability, makes Sri Lanka a pertinent base for the re-emergence of terrorism — both ideological separatism and religious extremism.

The dangerous dance of the Elephants: Shangri-La conference 2022

Singapore (16 June). The annual 19th round of the UK-based International Institute for Strategic Studies the Shangri-La Dialogue (10–12 June 2022), took place in Singapore. After a two-year interruption due to COVID finally, some regularity returned to the island state Read More …

Afghanistan, Eroding Stalemate
The terror-narco nexus of a failed state

“The international community came here 20 years ago with this clear objective of fighting extremism and bringing stability … but extremism is at the highest point today. So, they have failed,” (Hamid Karzai) The withdrawal of U.S. and coalition forces Read More …