Ambivalence, Opportunism, Deceit

Ambivalence, Opportunism, Deceit

There are 1 comment on the Outlook story from Mar 31, 2013, titled Ambivalence, Opportunism, Deceit. In it, Outlook reports that:

India's present diplomacy, based principally on domestic politics, and relations with the US, will wholly undermine a diminishing influence in Sri Lanka to the inevitable detriment of both New Delhi and Colombo.

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nona

Bolton, UK

#1 Mar 31, 2013
I do not beleive the congress party of india.

They know very well with out Sri Lanka's help they cannot move the money to swiss banks.

you better support us or we will not help you.

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