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Tamil

December 31, 2012

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The International Dimension

January 6, 2012

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*Geo-Political & Strategic Interests   –   *Economic/Trade interests  –  *Sale of Weapons & Military Hardware  –  *Military assistance/training/advice  –  *Foreign Policy  –  *Propaganda & International Media  –  *Naval/Military bases  –  *Sea/Shipping lanes  –  *Allies & Enemies  –  *Justice/Law/Human Rights  –  *Oppression/Liberation/Freedom  –  *USA/India/China … Given the key roles played by India, the United States […]

The Politics of Humanitarian Intervention

January 6, 2012

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“…the international community will wait till Tamil resistance is sufficiently weakened or annihilated before it attempts to ‘intervene’ on ‘humanitarian grounds’, and in seeming response to ‘world wide Tamil appeals’. Meanwhile the IC will even welcome such world wide appeals by Tamils as that will pave the way (and establish useful contact-points amongst the Tamil diaspora) for […]

Peace or Perpetual War?

January 6, 2012

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The Tamil Struggle for Self-Determination is at a crucial moment today.  …The Sinhala nation is today making its greatest effort yet to annihilate the Tamil nation, politically and physically. Having made this possible, the international community is watching…  The moment has come for us to unite as a people and stand fast… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… “Peace or […]

The Charge is Genocide, The Struggle is for Freedom.

January 6, 2012

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Since the 1950’s to the present… RAPE, MURDER, TORTURE & other acts of Genocide continue… 1958:  As panic spread, doors were closed in Sinhalese as well as Tamil homes. The Tamils closed their doors to escape murder, rape and pillage. The Sinhalese closed their doors to prevent Tamils running into their houses for shelter… Among […]

SEE NO EVIL

January 6, 2012

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See no evil is Australia’s way on war crimes October 29, 2011 Hamish McDonald. Asia-Pacific editor, Sydney Morning Herald The allegations are horrifying, the evidence credible: massed civilians shelled and bombed, enemy leaders shot down after surrendering, naked and bound male and female prisoners executed by jeering soldiers. All happening just over two years ago […]

Fear and Loathing in Post-War Sri Lanka

January 6, 2012

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Fear and Loathing in Post-War Sri Lanka 11 November 2011 by Gibson Bateman, (FPIF / The Mantle) Sri Lanka’s bloody twenty-six year civil war is over. The Sri Lankan government, led by President Mahinda Rajapakse, can rightfully claim a resounding military victory over the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (L.T.T.E.). It would be misleading, however, to […]