NEW DELHI: Sri Lanka, geographically one of the most important countries in the Indian Ocean and the Indo-Pacific is showing clear signs of tilting towards China in making its foreign policy choices of late despite being proximate to India. A leading Sri Lankan strategic affairs analyst and commentator, Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, in his latest book Conundrum of an Island, makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of the domestic and, regional and global dynamics that inform Sri Lanka’s current choices. He is in conversation with Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale on our special programme Books Corner.
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