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India has learnt lessons from the 2015 India-inspired, Madhesi-executed blockade, which backfired. Prime Minister K.P. Oli, the supreme leader of Nepal, arrives in India 6 April. He heads the government of the Left alliance, which is soon to be christened the Communist Party of Nepal, following the merger of the ‘united Marxist Leninist’ and ‘Maoist centre’ parties. He is
Turkey’s intervention in Syria is correcting for America’s flaws and laying the groundwork for a sustainable peace. The gloomy portrait of the Middle East today should not obscure that peace is achievable. The basic premise for any such peace must be to preserve the territorial integrity of states. This means countering all forces that exist only to pursue their dystopias at the expe
With an emphasis on joint research and testing as well as govt push for exports, the draft policy has got the direction right. It may be a bit late in the day to deliver on but India’s new defence production policy in the works seems to be a step in the right direction. That it has taken this government almost four years to come up with the master plan could be a sore point, as could be the
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Manu Pubby
2018-03-31
With an emphasis on joint research and testing as well as govt push for exports, the draft policy has got the direction right.
It may be a bit late in the day to deliver

Asia,South Asia,India, Military Issues,Missile Defense,Security
Robert A. Manning, Bharath Gopalaswamy
2018-03-25
Remember the good old days, when China proudly proclaimed the principle of noninterference in other nations’ internal affairs and pledged never to build military ba

China, Military Issues,Security,Politics

M.K. Bhadrakumar
2018-03-20
Who is the real Mike Pompeo and what does he really think about Russia, Iran, Afghanistan or Syria?
Moscow has been noticeably reticent about US President Donald Trump&r

America,North America,South America, Democracy,Politics
Prashant Jha
2018-03-18
A school of thought believes India cannot afford a conflict; its power gap with China is too large; it is neither militarily equipped nor economically positioned to take

Asia,South Asia,India, Military Issues,Security

Dr. Rupakjyoti Borah
2018-03-17
Vietnam, by virtue of its location close to the South China Sea, occupies a very important place in both India’s Act-East Policy and Japan’s Free and Open Ind

Asia,South Asia,India,North East Asia,Japan, Arms & Trade,Energy Security,Security,Terrorism
Dr Vijay Srivastava and Jivesh Jha
2018-03-09
A painful decade of bloody Maoist insurgency and then years of failed attempts later, Nepal on September 20, 2015 got a new Constitutional document, a development that le

Asia,South Asia,Nepal, Democracy,Politics



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