Arthur C. Clarke writes a news release: Rebuilding after Tsunami

Read it here. Excerpts follow:


I added: “I have always been an optimist, and I still remain optimistic that Sri Lanka will achieve lasting peace.”

In Colombo last week, the usually bickering political parties came together — at least momentarily — to mourn the dead and to pledge rebuilding the ravaged island. If only such unity is sustained, Sri Lanka can rebuild physically and also heal the long standing wounds that have bled this beautiful island for far too long.

For real changes to happen, Sri Lanka and other affected countries need sustained assistance and constant engagement by the world’s rich nations and corporations. They also need appropriate investments in technology and skills to stand on their own feet.


It’s a good article. Read the whole thing if you can.

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