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Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: Understanding global competence through the lens of the OECD
“The global competence of our youths today may shape our future as profoundly as their reading, math and science skills.”
There is more for Australia to do in Sri Lanka than stop the boats
Australia’s influence in Sri Lanka might be small, but it has a useful role to play in resolving entwined political and economic crises, writes John McCarthy.
The enduring dilemma of dynastic politics in Sri Lanka
The hasty exit of the Rajapaksa family from high political office in Sri Lanka is not likely to spell an end to political dynasties writes Chulanee Attanayake.
The fall of the House of Rajapaksa
The crisis in Sri Lanka is a modern political parable - the display of people’s power serves as a warning to political dynasties from Asia to Latin America writes Brahma Chellaney.
The crisis in Sri Lanka
Solving the political crisis in Sri Lanka starts with solving the economic crisis writes R.M. Manivannan. This might require some radical policies.