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  • 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 the MDP’s official demand for freeing Nasheed. Mauroof Khaleel/CC BY-NC...
  • The Doklam crisis ends: A diplomatic victory for India ASHOK SAJJANHAR DOKLAM SINO-INDIA The 70-day old eyeball to eyeball confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers atop the cold, deserted Doklam plateau, claimed both by Bhutan and China, ended on...
  • India’s cultural and civilisational influence on Southeast Asia JAYSHREE SENGUPTA ASEAN SOUTHEAST ASIA The Government of India’s ‘Act East policy’ aims at improving economic and political relations with the Southeast Asian region which has had close contacts with...
  • Accelerating growth and development in the SDG era India is committed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and world’s progress depends a great deal on India’s progress. India plays a strong leadership role at a global level around...

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 round of sanctions has been imposed on North Korea by

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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 the MDP’s official demand for freeing Nasheed. Mauroof Khaleel/CC BY-NC

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The Doklam crisis ends: A diplomatic victory for India

    The Doklam crisis ends: A diplomatic victory for India

ASHOK SAJJANHAR DOKLAM SINO-INDIA The 70-day old eyeball to eyeball confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers atop the cold, deserted Doklam plateau, claimed both by Bhutan and China, ended on

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India’s cultural and civilisational influence on Southeast Asia

    India’s cultural and civilisational influence on Southeast Asia

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA ASEAN SOUTHEAST ASIA The Government of India’s ‘Act East policy’ aims at improving economic and political relations with the Southeast Asian region which has had close contacts with

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Accelerating growth and development in the SDG era

    Accelerating growth and development in the SDG era

India is committed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and world’s progress depends a great deal on India’s progress. India plays a strong leadership role at a global level around

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Will China do the balancing act in US-North Korea standoff?

    Will China do the balancing act in US-North Korea standoff?

HARSH V. PANT Ninety per cent of North Korea’s trade is with China. ICBM NORTH KOREA After a week of sparring over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programmes that had

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Liberalism at the crossroads?

    Liberalism at the crossroads?

SHUBHANGI PRASAD If western liberalism brought people ideologically closer, an identity based Weltanschauung has increasingly reversed this process. BILL OF RIGHTS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE GLOBALISATION IDEA OF INDIA LIBERALISM If

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Let’s cut China some slack

    Let’s cut China some slack

DEEPAK SINHA There is a modicum of double standards being displayed by China — it has had little compunction in assisting Pakistan with the CPEC. BHUTAN DOKLAM PLA Reams have

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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 27

  South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 27

MONITORS JUL 05 2017 JULY SOUTH ASIA SOUTH ASIA WEEKLY Country Reports Afghanistan New coalition on cards Three mainstream Afghan

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Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

  Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

AFGHANISTAN After spending 20 years in exile, former Prime Minister of Afghanistan, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, returned to Kabul earlier this month.

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Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

IRFAN YAR Afghan warlord Hekmatyar with President Ghani and others Pajhwok Afghan News/Twitter AFGHANISTAN After spending 20 years in exile,

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Need to recognise Bay of Bengal as a geo-political entity PreviousNext

  Need to recognise Bay of Bengal as a geo-political entity   PreviousNext

BAY OF BENGAL CONNECTIVITY The Bay of Bengal region has once again gained prominence over the last few years and

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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 21

  South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 21

A train ride in Sri Lanka Source: Garret Clarke/CC BY-ND 2.0 MAY SAW SOUTH ASIA Country Reports Afghanistan Suicide bombers

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Post OBOR, should India relook its neighbourhood policy?

JOYEETA BHATTACHARJEE India needs to enhance its engagement with the neighbours to fulfil its vision for shared growth and prosperity

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Countering China’s submarine operations in South Asia

ABHIJIT SINGH The expansion of PLA Navy submarine activity in South Asia is quite in keeping with a powerful navy’s

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Friends with (risky) benefits

  Friends with (risky) benefits

While CPEC will flush billions into the struggling Pakistan economy and rapidly speed up its development infrastructure, it is also

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Reading Donald Trump’s choices in South Asia

  Reading Donald Trump’s choices in South Asia

HERBERT RAYMOND MCMASTER US national security advisor Herbert Raymond McMaster was in South Asia this week and he managed to

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Mission Overseas: Need for greater policy clarity on leadership structure

  Mission Overseas: Need for greater policy clarity on leadership structure

While the ad hoc decision-making process currently in place has yielded some successes in military missions overseas, due in part

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Tension building up as Nepal Govt readies to hold local elections

  Tension building up as Nepal Govt readies to hold local elections

In Nepal, the political atmosphere is rife with tensions on the issue of holding local level elections next month. The

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Little room for fresh India-Pak initiative

  Little room for fresh India-Pak initiative

Later this month, an Indian delegation will travel to Pakistan for talks under the aegis of the Permanent Indus Commission.

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