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Sri Lanka Will Soon Have to Pick a Side in the China-US Rivalry

Colombo has been trying its utmost to balance the great powers, but that may no longer be feasible.

Sri Lankan foreign policy over the last 15 years, especially after the end of the civil war in 2009, can be described as a series of desperate attempts to balance the interests of major powers that have a keen interest of the country, which is strategically located at the heart of the Indian Ocean. The post-2009 agreements with competing countries, which have drawn Sri Lanka into the tensions between China and the United States and its allies, can be directly linked to the country’s economic woes With the liberalization of the economy, the gap between export earnings and import expenditure
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