Sri Lanka’s return to ethnic majoritarianism

Sri Lanka’s return to ethnic majoritarianism

East Asia Forum·2020-06-19 08:00

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Author: Shyam Tekwani, APCSS

The voyage from Serendib to Sri Lanka through Ceylon continues to be an uninterrupted tale of opportunities lost, scorned and spurned. The brutal end to the quarter-century war with the Tamil Tiger separatists in 2009 brought an unprecedented opportunity for the government to heal the Sinhala–Tamil ethnic divide. But now a new front is opening, one against Sri Lanka’s Muslim minority. Events since the Easter attacks of 2019 are reinforcing the belief that tolerance and inclusive governance are a chimeric dream.


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