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    Yead Mirza

    Yead Mirza is an observer of global current affairs, a blogger, writer, and observer of global current affairs. He has been published on many media-outlets including Eurasia Review, International Policy Digest, Foreign Policy News, Washington Politics Blog, Yale Global Online, Daily Times, The New Age, Daily Outlook Afghanistan, Counter Currents, and Kashmir Reader.

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  • India’s current competitor appears to be Bangladesh, not China0

    GDP per capita – $1,887.97 of Bangladesh, will edge past India’s $1,876.53. Neighbouring Sri Lanka’s GDP per capita – around $ 4,000 – is already twice that of India.   by Yead Mirza  7 November 2020 International Monetary Fund (IMF) recent data showed that Bangladesh’s per capita gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate is predicated

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  • Trump has no option but to resume Afghan peace talks soon0

    by Yead Mirza 12 October 2019 In early-September, the US President Donald Trump called-off the peace negotiations with the Taliban after they had carried-out a suicide car bomb attack that took several lives in Kabul, including a US soldier. The decision to call-off the negotiations came at a time when some sort of agreement was about to

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  • Russia’s Growing Clout in Asia Pacific Region0

      by Yead Mirza  11 November 2018 In their strategic calculus, the Asia Pacific major powers as well as other countries do not consider Russia a major military power for the region. Although these Asia Pacific countries understand Russia’s military clout in Europe and Middle East, they somehow fail to see how overall Russian military

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  • Electronic Voting Machines in India Face Criticism from Opposition Political Leaders0

    An Indian officer examines an electronic voting machine ahead of parliamentary elections in Jammu. Photograph: Jaipal Singh/EPA   bt Yead Mirza     29 October 2018 Faced with a wave of criticism from political corners and civil society members for the alleged erroneous and malicious use of the Electronic Voting Machines, India’s Election Commission had introduced

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