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How Afghanistan’s war differs from Vietnam

    How Afghanistan’s war differs from Vietnam

M. ASHRAF HAIDARI Afghanistan and Vietnam are two different countries in two different eras, influenced by different ideologies and geopolitics. AFGHANISTAN DONALD TRUMP NATIONAL UNITY GOVERNMENT VIETNAM In a recent New

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Future of Europe

    Future of Europe

HIMANI PANT In the current phase of globalisation, where uncertainty and disruption have become the new norm, Europe is no exception. DISRUPTION RAISINA 2017 As the European Union faces existential

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Cybersecurity: The Internet of Risks

    Cybersecurity: The Internet of Risks

BEDAVYASA MOHANTY International cooperation for cybersecurity is paramount in enabling all countries to make use of developmental potential of the Internet. INTERNET OF RISKS RAISINA 2017 The benefits of cyberspace

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Disruptors get the carrot and incumbents the stick as TRAI terminates interconnection charges

    Disruptors get the carrot and incumbents the stick as TRAI terminates interconnection charges

MADHULIKA SRIKUMAR While arguments over methodologies and calculations will find its way to the courts, the telecom regulator believes that symmetry in tariffs will bring about symmetry in traffic. DEPARTMENT

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Above all summits, it is calm. German elections between crisis and stagnation

    Above all summits, it is calm. German elections between crisis and stagnation

Despite most parties having differences over the EU, India could benefit from a stronger German engagement with Europe. PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Sep 22 GERMAN ELECTIONS 2017 Following Angela Merkel’s third

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Reclaiming the digital: Countering violent extremism online

    Reclaiming the digital: Countering violent extremism online

SHUBH SONI While counter-speech is an integral part, it cannot be the only mechanism for a successful counter violent extremism strategy. From left: Zafar Shobhan, Sara Zeiger, Irfan Saeed, Sean

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Making a smart city in a fragile ecosystem: The case of Shimla

    Making a smart city in a fragile ecosystem: The case of Shimla

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS SEP 20 2017 ANURADHA YAGYA SMART CITIES URBAN GOVERNANCE Sustainability requires, among others, adjusting and reorienting to a dynamic situation. In the context of urban

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The encephalitis challenge

PRIYANKA CHATURVEDI OOMMEN C. KURIAN School children during a CLTS triggering event demonstrating how water can get polluted with pathogens ENCEPHALITIS Barely a month before the deaths of children in

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Can diaspora diplomacy support India’s foreign policy goals?

    Can diaspora diplomacy support India’s foreign policy goals?

SHREYA CHALLAGALLA Congress’ VP Rahul Gandhi at Berkley, California, US DIASPORA INDIAN DIASPORA Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s speech at

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Europe urgently needs a robust counter terrorism and extremism policy

    Europe urgently needs a robust counter terrorism and extremism policy

PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Sep 18 CVE EU EU-INDIA Europe, especially its western part which has seen a surge in terrorist

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Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLV

    Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLV

AFRICA WEEKLY SEP 18 2017 ‘Back To School’ Programme in Burundi Source: United Nations Photo/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 AFRICA AFRICA MONITOR

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Choppy waters

    Choppy waters

HARSH V. PANT A pic of North Korea’s leader and Military Tanks going viral on social media NORTH KOREA Another

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China and India pull back on Doklam, choosing to fight another day

    China and India pull back on Doklam, choosing to fight another day

HARSH V. PANT India deftly used the BRICS summit to end the standoff with China in Bhutan, but challenges remain

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Leveraging technology for trust: A blockchain-based Aadhar?

    Leveraging technology for trust: A blockchain-based Aadhar?

MEGHNA BAL AADHAAR BLOCKCHAIN While the decision of the nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court on the Right to Privacy

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Problems in export led growth

    Problems in export led growth

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA EXPORTS The new Commerce Minister Mr. Suresh Prabhu has shown keen interest in reviving exports and is pushing

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Abe-Modi meet: Is Japan the new Russia for India?

    Abe-Modi meet: Is Japan the new Russia for India?

RAJESWARI PILLAI RAJAGOPALAN In an era of Asian strategic uncertainties and global power transition, India-Japan defence and security linkages have

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Pollution-free progress? Ambient air quality in India and China

    Pollution-free progress? Ambient air quality in India and China

SHALINI RUDRA PRIYANKA SHAH People practicing Tai Chi in Shanghai as heavy smog engulfs the city POLLUTION SDGS THE CHINA

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Kurdish independence in Iraq: Not much to cheer about

    Kurdish independence in Iraq: Not much to cheer about

AVIJIT GOEL The inching of the Kurds towards total independence in Iraq might have little to cheer about immediately. Mustafa

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Nasheed again shoots at combined opposition’s feet?

    Nasheed again shoots at combined opposition’s feet?

N. SATHIYA MOORTHY Unlike in the past, Yameen seems clear that he would not move a rung down to accommodate

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States should spend more on nutrition

    States should spend more on nutrition

MALANCHA CHAKRABARTY Greater fiscal autonomy has not yet translated into higher spending on nutrition by states ICDS NUTRITION Mohandas Karamchand

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