Monthly Archives: July 2015

Obama: Pacifist or prisoner of the system?

By Ameen Izzadeen International relations are a dynamic field of study. With the change in perceptions of national interest and national security, today’s enemies can become friends tomorrow. Allies can become avowed enemies. Similarly, today’s superpower can become a spent … Continue reading

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Historic nuclear deal with Iran: Lanka also can roll out the barrel

By Ameen Izzadeen By Ameen Izzadeen It was as clear as floating oil on a glass of water that Sri Lanka was among the countries that were worst affected by the tough economic sanctions imposed by the United States on … Continue reading

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Lessons for Lanka from the Greek tragedy

By Ameen Izzadeen As Greece teeters on the brink of economic ruin with a Sunday deadline set by European creditor nations being seen as a last chance to salvage itself from bankruptcy, the crisis offers valuable lessons to Sri Lanka, … Continue reading

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Surge in ISIS terror fits Israeli script

By Ameen Izzadeen The more one studies the canker that is ISIS, the more one is certain that the group is not only far from Islam, but also has the support of some powerful hidden forces. A neighbour of the … Continue reading

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