Saturday 18th of August 2018

On 12 August 2018, Sikh for Justice, a US based organisation organised ‘London Declaration’ event at London’s Trafalgar Square, a non-binding referendum in 2020 for an independent Sikh nation. The event was attended by various individuals, groups and organisations promoting the idea of secession of Punjab from India. The organiser adopted three resolutions, including conducting a
On July 23, 2018, over a dozen Islamic State (IS, also Daesh) and Afghan Taliban terrorists were killed internecine clashes in Kunar Province. According to reports, the clashes started from the Chapa Dara District and later spread to different parts of the Kunar Province. On July 11, 2018, at least 26 terrorists were killed during clashes between Taliban and Daesh fighters in the Darzab District
Domestic politics and international relations are often inextricably interlinked. Domestic issuesprovide a crucial context within which many countries formulate their foreign policies. The criticality of its influence over foreign policy is nowhere else more visible than in South Asia, particularly India’s relations with its neighbours. Domestic politics has often shaped the trajectory of In
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Gaurav Kumar
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a countrywide emergency ambulance service for Sri Lanka on 21 July 2018. Highlighting India’s relation with the st

Asia,South Asia,Sri Lanka,North East Asia,China, Security,Politics
James M. Dorsey
China appears to be shifting gears in its multi-billion dollar Belt and Road initiative. Long projected as driven by economics and the benefit of infrastructure linkages,

North East Asia,China, Security,Terrorism

Joel Ng
If the Quad cannot make clear how it addresses three inherent contradictions in its revival of the ‘Indo-Pacific’, it will not achieve the support of ASEAN st

Asia,India,Japan,South East Asia, Energy Security,Military Issues,Security
Gaurav Kumar
The hallmark of nearly all the recent political crisis in South Asian countries has two prominent elements in it- first, growing imprints of China; and second, cultivatio

South Asia,India,North East Asia,China,South East Asia, Security,Democracy,Politics

Gaurav Kumar
The evolving geopolitical realities in South Asia are a matter of concern for India. The problem of shrinking space for convergences of interests between India and its ne

Asia,South Asia,India,Nepal,North East Asia,China, Military Issues,Security
Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra
India’s foreign policy concerns in forging close strategic ties with the US can be grouped under three related themes such as India’s sovereignty concerns, it

Asia,South Asia,India, Military Issues,Security

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