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V. G. Krishanthi Dilrukshi Wimalasiri
Lecturer (Probationary)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Academic Qualifications

Master of Arts in International Relations (Distinction Pass) 2015
M.A. (Hons) First Class in South Asian Studies, Pondicherry University, India, 2013
B.A. (Hons) First Class in International Relations, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2011 
Reading for L.L.B Degree, Open University of Sri-Lanka.
 

Professional Qualifications

SEDA Qualified (UK) and CTHE Qualified (Sri Lanka)

Conference Presentations

“Rewarding scholarly excellence: an outcome-based analysis of a graduate ability to qualify for prestigious international scholarships”, (Joint Research) Annual Research Symposium. Colombo University. 2013.

“Critical assessment on SAARC for greater connectivity and rethinking regionalism in South Asia.” International Conference on Sri-Lanka in world affairs.University of Colombo. 2014.

Publications 

Wimalasiri ,Krishanthi, “International System in 1945s” Introduction to International Relations,Department of International Relations. University of Colombo. 2013.

Wimalasiri ,Krishanthi, “Pearl of the Indian Ocean and Great Game with big powers.” FPRC Journal NO. 18 2014(2) India – Sri Lanka relations 2014.

Wimalasiri, Krishanthi, “US pivot to Asia strategy and India” OUCIP Journal of International Studies.”- Volume 2- NO.I. (2014): 133-50.print.

Wimalasiri, Krishanthi, “South China Sea and Australia in the 21st century.” FPRC Journal Country-specific Study Project Vol. 6 (2015).

Publications (To be published)

The Emergence of ISIS and Its Implications on State Sovereignty.”

Special Awards / Fellowships and Scholarships
UNESCO Madanjeeth Sing Fellowships for South Asians, Sri Lankan Fellowship holder 2011. 
Association of Former International Civil Servants (AFICS) - Sri Lanka Scholarship, 2009.
Professor Shelton Kodikara Award for International Relations, 2010.
Amara Mohotty Memorial Award for the Best Performance at the International Relations Special Degree, 2010.