Inoka Perera is an Undergraduate at the University of Colombo Specializing in International Relations. Formerly worked as a Research Assistant at the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute of International Relations and Strategic Studies (LKI).
by Inoka Perera 11 September 2019 Over many centuries, South Asia has been grappling over strengthening its national security, sovereignty and territorial integrity defining security purely in terms of military might, self help, balancing and bandwagoning against opposing threats whereas today, the region is challenged by security threats that neither military nor weapons proliferation canREAD MORE
May 04, 2019 by Inoka Perera A key objective of Sri Lanka’s post-2015 foreign policy framework is to position the country as a dynamic and prosperous centre of the Indian Ocean and make the country a regional maritime and logistics hub. Located in the East-West trade route neighbouring India, Sri Lanka possesses the essential geopoliticalREAD MORE
May 05, 2019 by Inoka Perera Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty marks increased tensions of an arms race in South Asia, potentially escalating rivalries between India and China leading to the possible proliferation of the already growing nuclear skirmishes between the two regional powers; India and Pakistan. Geostrategically positioned U.S.READ MORE