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Greater Balochistan; A Quiet Frontier set to Explode

Paper No. 6197                                  Dated 15-Nov-2016

Guest Column by Alexander Murray

As infrastructure projects in Greater Balochistan come to be, governments across South and Central Asia should prepare for what will most likely turn into the region’s next hotbed of violence. Baloch across the region must be included in regional governments’ decision making processes or investors should prepare for the rural ethnic Baloch to thrust their projects into the dustbins of history.

Japan-India Special Strategic Partnership and China

Paper No. 6196                                 Dated 13-Nov-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Japan –India Special Strategic Partnership which stood further concretised with Indian Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Japan in mid-November 2016 has been a pointed eyesore for China going by the statements that emanated from China both prior and after the visit.

US-India Strategic Partnership and incoming President Trump

Paper No. 6195                                  Dated 11-Nov-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

US President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20 2017 ushers in a new era and a challenging one for the US-India Strategic Partnership and the personal diplomatic qualities of PM Narendra Modi.

Pakistan’s Military Containment an Inescapable Indian Imperative

Paper No. 6194                                          Dated 07-Nov-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan’s military containment becomes an inescapable Indian security imperative in 2016. Despite, contemporary geopolitics heavily loaded against Pakistan, surge in Pakistan’s India-centric military confrontation is visible.

“Withering Hopes”: Book Review of PEARL- 2016

Paper No. 6193                                              Dated 07-Noc-2016

Guest Column by Prof. Charles Sarvan

India’s pragmatic foreign policy!

Paper No. 6192                                  Dated 07-Nov-2016

Guest Column by Dr. Sudhanshu Tripathi

Nepal: Impeachment of CIAA Chief: UML has the Last Laugh: Update No. 339

Note No. 773                                   Dated 02-Nov-2016

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Riding on a popular wave of nationalism and anti Indianism, the UML led by K. P. Oli appears to be calling the shots.  They have the numbers and no amendment to the Constitution is possible without their support.

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