20 December 2011

Sri Lanka's Civil War (Complete) | Asia Society




NEW YORK, December 6, 2011

Documentary filmmaker Callum Macrae, Malinda Seneviratne, Editor-in-Chief of Sri Lanka's The Nation, and Bob Templer of the International Crisis Group present and assess both the Sri Lankan government and international community's perspectives on that country's decades-long sectarian conflict.

Tunku Varadarajan, editor of Newsweek International, moderates the discussion.

(1 hr 24 min)
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10 comments:

Mango said...

You were far too polite with those two insufferable, self-righteous patronising humanitarians from Channel 4 and ICG.

Malinda Seneviratne said...

perhaps... :)

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Malinda Seneviratne said...

Hilarious things make me grin, can't help it. 'Killing Fields', as i said, was a good PRODUCTION. If Tamils or anyone else wants to believe that crap and weep over it, that's THEIR business. I don't think I need to cry over other people's crocodile tears anyway. Thanks for the advice, well-meaning no doubt, but sorry, I am not into acting.

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Malinda Seneviratne said...

'arrogance' is your opinion. there was no arrogance on my part. the biggest obstacle to reconciliation is falsehood. i am not guilty of it.

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Malinda Seneviratne said...

a lie is a lie, whatever you want to call it. tact and diplomacy that is patently false does not promote reconciliation, only postpones it!

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