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Title: Relevance of US -Sri Lanka relations: turning over a new leaf in diplomacy
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Rathnayake, Yashodha
Keywords: US -Sri Lanka Relations
Foreign relationship
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2019
Publisher: Indian Defence Review
Citation: Fernando, Srimal & Rathnayake, Yashodha [External]. (February 2, 2019). Relevance of US -Sri Lanka relations: turning over a new leaf in diplomacy. Indian Defence Review.
Description: Seventy-one years after independence, Sri Lanka is eventually on a new path in forging stronger diplomatic bonds with the United States of America. This bipartisan foreign relationship is perhaps one of the most important factors that could influence South Asian economies in the coming years. Going down the corridors of post-independence history, D.S Senanayake and S.W.R.D Bandaranaike the founding fathers of two major political parties in Sri Lanka helped shaping the US and Lanka foreign policy choices over the years.
URI: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2019/02/02/the-relevance-of-us-sri-lanka-relations-turning-over-a-new-leaf-in-diplomacy/
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