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The policies of three prime ministers of Ceylon from 1948-1956 with special reference to relations with Great Britain by Nayani Samarasinghe Melegoda

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Published by Wijesooriya Grantha Kendraya in Mulleriyawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Sri Lanka,
  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Sri Lanka -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Sri Lanka.,
  • Sri Lanka -- Politics and government.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [280]-290).

StatementNayani Samarasinghe Melegoda.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS489.59.G7 M45 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination290 p. ;
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6873664M
ISBN 10955965571X
LC Control Number00410081
OCLC/WorldCa46616046

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In the Conference of Asian Prime Ministers was held in Colombo; Ceylon, while maintaining Commonwealth membership, adopted a policy of neutrality, the role of a "Switzerland of the East" (Britannica BoY ). At the Bandung Conference of , the Ceylonese PM John Kotelawala spoke of the threat of expanding Communism.   The Policies of Three Prime Ministers of Ceylon from – With Special Reference to Relations with Great Britain. Mulleriyawa: Wijesooriya Grantha Kendraya. Google ScholarAuthor: Shakthi De Silva.   D.S Senanayake, the first prime minister of independent Ceylon (Sri Lanka) has often been termed as “pro-western” in his foreign policy. The reasons that writers, historians and scholars articulate to prove this point is the close relationship that he maintained with the British on economic, defensive and ideological grounds as well as the relative distance. Thomas Chataway (–), Senator for Queensland (–); John Colville, 1st Baron Clydesmuir (–), politician, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, –, Secretary of State for Scotland, –, and Governor of Bombay, –; Fox Maule-Ramsay, 11th Earl of Dalhousie (–), Secretary at War, –, and Secretary of State for War, –

  Between and , Ceylon was an independent country in the Commonwealth of Nations that shared a monarch with Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and certain other sovereign states. In , the British Colony of Ceylon was granted independence as Ceylon. In , the country be. REFERENCE: Patrick Peebles, The History of Sri Lanka, Westport CT: Greenwood , KMLA Lib. Call Sign Ph Valli Kanapathipillai, The Repatriation of Indian Tamil Plantation Workers from Sri Lanka to India, pp in: Robin Cohen, The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, Cambridge: UP , KMLA Cc Article: Ceylon, in: Britannica Book of the Year pp.   Ceylon Independent, Political Status and Administration. In , the Dominion of Ceylon was granted full independence. The constitution foresaw Parliamentary Democracy, an element completely new to a country which had been governed by a paternalistic-authoritarian colonial administration until The policies of three prime ministers of Ceylon from with special reference to relations with Great Britain. by Melegoda, Nayani Samarasinghe. Material type.