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South Asia (General)

New Capability and Reach of PLA Navy- Strategic and Tactical Implications in South China Sea and the Indian Ocean Region

Paper No. 6078                                Dated 19-Feb-2016

Guest Column by Commodore RS Vasan IN Retd,

Al Qaeda and ISIS in South Asia

Paper No. 5970                                  Dated 14-Jul-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

The recent arrest (July, 02) pf 12 militants in Dhaka, Bangladesh, including the resident co-ordinator of the Al Qaeda in South Asia (AQIS) may not be a total surprise for counter-terrorism experts, but it is an eye-opener for the people of South Asia.

China: President Xi Jinping’s South Asia policy- Implications for India

Paper No. 5920                                                  Dated 27-Apr-2015

By D. S. Rajan

Localized motivations for antisemitism within the Ummah

Paper No. 5907                                 Dated 06-Apr-2015

Guest Column by Dr. Rajesh Tembarai Krishnamachari

Antisemitism marked with an irrational prejudice against Jews and Israel is on the rise over the past decade after declining for much of the post WW-II era [1].

Combating terror financing through SAARC

Paper No. 5830                                  Dated 27-Nov-2014

Guest Column by Sameer Patil

South Asia on A Short Fuse (SAAG Paper No.395 Dated 29.12.2001) Reviewed in 2014

Paper No. 5800                                     Dated 08-Oct-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan’s unwarranted conflict escalation both on the Line of Control and the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir and targeting innocent civilians on the Indian side is a grim reminder that nothing has changed in terms of Pakistan’s attitudes in the last 14 years.

India's Centrality in South Asia

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.

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