Nilantha Ilangamuwa

Nilantha Ilangamuwa is a Sri Lankan born author. He was the-editor of Sri Lanka Guardian, an online daily newspaper. He was also the editor of the Torture: Asian and Global Perspectives, bi-monthly print magazine, co-published by the Danish Institute Against Torture ( DIGNITY) based in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ramifications of Kissinger’s Back Channels

Wisdom in Political Insights: My talk with Mahathir Mohamad

BRICS: Brick by Brick

Shifting Power and Realities: Africa Beyond the Niger Coup

Seventy Years On: Remembering Korea’s Pain

Challenging Times and Intellectual Pleasures: My Talk with Slavoj Žižek

Unabomber: Troubled Life of a CIA Mind Control Victim

Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Realities: Vijay Prashad in Conversation

Will Artificial Intelligence Determine the End of Humanity?

Ayu: Sri Lankan Film that Deconstructs the Structure of Samsara

Sri Lanka and Turkey: an Interview with the Turkish Ambassador, R. Demet Şekercioğlu

Post-COVID-19: Yet Another Era to Evolve or Perish

COVID-19 vs. Panic-2020

Sri Lanka: Mr. President, We Have Your Files Too

Sectarian Violence in Sri Lanka

Neo-Feudalism in Sri Lanka

“Spontaneous Reaction” and the Gaurav Yatra

Kissingerian Realpolitik

Leading Sri Lanka Into the Abyss

Fear, Patriotism and Torture

Why Torture is Wrong

Trading Liberty for Security

Bangladesh: Adil, the man I know

C.V. Vigneswaran – The New Pop Star

The Cost of Freedom

The Land of Murder

Sri Lanka on the Knife Edge

Sri Lanka: a Brainless Head

Why Did They Debate?

Where the Dead Walk

The Education Crisis in Sri Lanka

Dark Days in Sri Lanka

An Interview With Paul Craig Roberts on Torture

Truth and Myth in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka: Charades and Its Price