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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2708

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Time to Trade “International Community” for Bilateral Relations

It goes without saying that the Somali political problem can only be solved if and when all those actors who are in contention are willing to engage in serious peace negotiation and reconciliation.

America’s enduring craze for destruction

The US past and present gives credence to the fact that there is no other country matching its destructive game play. The US used incendiary bombs against German cities in 1942 and adopted it as a strategy. Both the US and British air forces carried out massive night bombing of Dresden in 1945 resulting in 55000-250,000 casualties.

ICC world cup: Statistics and commentators

Sri Lanka has beaten England in a fine style by 10 wickets and almost 10 overs to spare. But once England scored 229 runs the TV commentators were in the view that “England put a good score to fight with Sri Lanka”.

Hillary Clinton: US administration’s new face on Libyan mess – Obama takes back seat- NATO Takes over

It is the president of the United States who walks through a massive Mahogany door to meet the press corps in the White House, when the administration wants to give a major statement to the nation and the world. Americans or the world viewers have never seen the U.S. president’s chief diplomat, the Secretary of State, walking elegantly and a royal manner through a massive brown Mahogany door to make a vital statement on behalf of the administration to the nation and the world.

Sri Lanka probes the activities of certain foreign funded NGOs

As a result of recent revelations made in the Sri Lankan newspapers that certain NGOs in Sri Lanka, particularly three NGOs who were strongly and continuously advocating on behalf of the militarily vanquished LTTE, received huge funds from foreign sources and continue to receive these funds, the government has directed the Criminal Investigation Department to investigate how some of the NGOs spent funds received from various countries and foreign NGOs.

Sri Lanka three matches away to become ICC 2011 cricket champs

It is Quarter final, Semi final and Final remaining to become the world champions!! Up to now Sri Lanka progressed well with highest NRR(Net Run Rate) than any team in the world! Captain Kumar Sangakkara is heading among batsmen by scoring 363 runs with the average of 121.This is the best average for whole tournament by any batsmen.

Col Gaddafi and Mrs Butenis

Colonel Muamer Gaddafi leader of Libya and a friend of Sri Lanka for nearly 40 years is engulfed by the people’s power protests that are sweeping over Arab states with inexorable force.

UNP at the cross roads: Will it be Wickremasinghe or Premadasa?

The working committee of the party that has been labeled at the grand old party of Sri Lanka, and as the Uncle Nephew Party by some, is reportedly meeting today to decide on who is to lead the party from now on. The main contenders we are led to believe are Ranil Wickremasinghe and Sajith Premadasa.

Electoral Signals

The first round of local government elections in Sri Lanka ended in the only way it could – with a win for the UPFA.

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