Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Mon, 07/28/2014 - 06:44
Paper No. 5753 Dated 28-Jul-2014
By Kazi Anwarul Masud
Centrality of a nation in its region or beyond depends on the insecurity of adjoining nations from aggression or threat of destabilization by adversaries. Since the end of the second World War when communism stood as an alternative to Western capitalism as a viable alternative development model it was embraced by many developing nations recently freed from the yoke of colonialism.
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Fri, 07/25/2014 - 06:55
Paper No. 5752 Dated 25-Jul-2014
By Kazi Anwarul Masud
Craving for a better life is eternal. From the advent of the presence of humankind on earth in whatever form to the present humanity has always tried, through war and peace, to advance.
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Mon, 07/21/2014 - 05:50
Paper No. 5747 Dated 21-Jul-2014
Guest Column by Hari Bansh Jha
Janakpur holds the same place for the Hindus as Vatican is to the Christians, Mecca is to the Muslims,
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Tue, 06/10/2014 - 07:25
Paper No. 5722 Dated 10-Jun-2014
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
The Teesta River:
The Teesta is the fourth major river after the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna in the eastern region.
It originates in Sikkim and after traversing 172 Km in the hilly region, runs for 97 Km in the plains of India and 124 Km in Bangladesh.
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Fri, 02/28/2014 - 09:17
Paper No. 5656 Dated 28-Feb-2014
Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan
In a turbulent region, characterized by xenophobia, the Republic of Singapore was considered to be an oasis of stability and orderly progress.
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Tue, 10/22/2013 - 10:50
Paper No. 5586 Dated 22-Oct-3013
By A. K. Verma
Questions are being raised about the validity of democracy in the Indian Republic. There is a widespread view that democracy in India is no longer by the people, of the people, for the people.
Submitted by asiaadmin2 on Mon, 06/17/2013 - 06:23
Paper No. 5512 Dated 17-Jun-2013
Mr. B. Raman one of the main contributors to SAAG passed away last evening. His demise is a loss not only to me personally and the South Asia Analysis Group, but also to the intelligence community as well.
When I planned to have a “virtual think tank” way back in 1998 ( practically unknown those days), I approached Raman who was my colleague earlier to contribute papers and he readily agreed to do so. He would not accept any compensation either.