Nilantha Ilangamuwa

Nilantha Ilangamuwa is a Sri Lankan-born journalist and author. He is the founder editor of Sri Lanka Guardian, Torture: Asian and Global Perspectives, and Lanka Courier.

Palestine Crisis: Arab Disunity Trivializes Anti-Semitism

Soaring beyond the horizon, where dreams take flight in the endless expanse of possibility, urging them to sleep, praying to God not to awaken...

Privacy Eroded, Truth Veiled: The Dual Crisis of our Times

In the realm of public discourse, we often find ourselves surrendering to the orchestrated narratives of institutions. These narratives, meticulously crafted and disseminated, do...

Diplomatic Divergence: G7’s Self-Serving Agenda Versus Arab League’s Pursuit of Stability

Two time zones, two distinct summits. The distance between two cities is 8,119 km, yet they reside on the same continent—Asia. However, their contexts...

Breaking the Stalemate: Global South as Peacemakers in Ukraine

"Ukraine is my Motherland, my inheritance and fate, I give you my soul, Ukraine, my dear little mother!" ~ Taras Shevchenko, a famous Ukrainian...

Ukraine-Russia Conflict: West Lost the Trust — Time for Alternative

A spy turned politician the Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin last Thursday morning surprised the world by announcing that he is launching a military...

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