US House of Representatives to be briefed on changes in Sri Lanka

US HouseThe United States House of Representatives will be briefed this week on the changes taking place in Sri Lanka since January last year.

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives will be briefed on Thursday on the topic “Sri Lanka’s Democratic Transition: A New Era for the US-Sri Lanka Relationship”.

The briefing will be done by Ms. Lisa Curtis, Senior Research Fellow at the Asian Studies Center at the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy of the The Heritage Foundation and by Ms. Kara L. Bue, Founding Partner at Armitage International.

Armitage International was formed in March 2005 by Richard L. Armitage, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State.

He was in Sri Lanka recently where he met the Government and the Tamil National Alliance (TNA). (Colombo Gazette)

2 COMMENTS

  1. The Americans are teaching the good governance leaders on ‘how to pretend as honest leaders and followers of democracy, human rights, law and order’.

  2. Our forefathers got nothing, but ripped off from the West? Middle Eastern leaders got fooled by them, diaspora leaders got fooled by them, I am suffering by them due to my writings. What make the good governance leaders to believe that they will be better off with the West?

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