In search of the art of enchantment

Deep within the town of Arezzo stands the conventual late-medieval church of San Francesco. Its raw, unfinished façade and inner miscellany of paintings give no clue to what lies beyond the side chapels. But if you should venture into the Cappella Maggiore, you will come upon.....

Globalization and national question in Sri Lanka

Despite what the conditions and dynamics in the future politics of the Island of Sri Lanka may be, even if divided into two countries, our children as Sinhalese and Tamil speaking people have to co-exist as neighbours. To contribute...

To my Sinhala friends: Wake up and smell the plain tea

For minorities to know their place in this country all they have to do is to look at its national flag. Here's a picture. There are the minorities colored in green and orange, and the Sinhala have a big patch of red.. Hey that's fine.....

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Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka

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