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Diverse perspectives on the idea of “Indo-Pacific” are resulting in a lack of clarity on this concept. As a framework, the Indo-Pacific seeks to create a connected multipolar Asia that must be governed by commonly agreed international norms, rules and practices. But what is the Indo-Pacific? The idea of the Indo-Pacific has become an inevitable topic for discussion among foreign polic
Many Indian companies which have invested heavily in Britain over the past few years are worried over Brexit. The clock is ticking. Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29, less than two months from now. It'll crash out without a deal if the two sides fail to reach a fresh agreement following a new vote in the British parliament earlier this week. A no deal Brexit, which is now mo
On January 29, 2019, the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT), a Tripura based tribal political party, an ally of the ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), along with another 10 political parties of the Northeast, met in Guwahati, the capital of neighbouring Assam, to announce their opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). The other political parties included the Mizo Nation
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Richard A. Bitzinger
2019-02-04
The American-led security infrastructure in Asia faces new challenges from without and within. President Donald Trump’s “America First” national-securit

America,Asia, Arms & Trade,Military Issues,Security
Sumit Kumar
2019-01-28
It’s imperative for the Middle Kingdom to recognise that any provocative statement will make the Taiwanese people more resilient against it. Only peace talks can re

North East Asia,China,Taiwan Strait, Military Issues,Security

Mohammed Alkhereiji
2019-01-14
Long-standing relations, economic realities and the responsibilities of leading a country trumped Khan’s populist views.
Ahead of his election last July, Pakistani

Asia,South Asia,Pakistan,Middle East-North Africa, Conflict Resolution,Security,Politics
Dr Subhash Kapila
2019-01-06
Russia-India relationship beyond 2018 in terms of perspectives does not offer the same optimism and generate the same fizz as it did till before the disintegration of the

Asia,South Asia,India,Middle East-North Africa, Arms & Trade,Military Issues,Security

Rohan Gunaratna
2019-01-03
The global terrorist and extremist threat is likely to persist in 2019 as the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group goes through a phase of re-adaptation and de-centralisati

America,Central Asia, Security,Terrorism
Tamim Asey
2018-12-21
Afghanistan is yet at another cross road of history and in dire need of political leadership and statesmanship to steer it in a post US and NATO engagement era. The histo

Asia,Afghanistan, Military Issues,Security,Terrorism,Politics



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