• WHAT IT TAKES TO CHALLENGE MODI IN 2019 PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS IN INDIA?0

      by N.S. Venkataraman     4/3/2018 With the impressive gain that Modi’s party (BJP) has achieved in the recent northeast state elections, the ardent admirers of Modi government feel that Modi would be unstoppable and would win the 2019 parliament elections hands down. With Modi now emerging as the be all and end all of

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  • Hanif Attmar´s Saudi Visit- A timely Endeavor0

    Ahmadullah Archiwal    3/3/2018 Amid the efforts of bringing stability and accelerating peace process by the Afghan government, Afghanistan National Security Adviser paid a three days official visit to Saudi Arabia on the invitation of Saudi Crown Prince and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Muhammad Ben Sulman, on February 21, 2018. Atmar´s visit bears importance

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  • The Middle East’s nuclear technology clock starts ticking0

      By James M. Dorsey    3/3/2018 The Middle East’s nuclear technology clock is ticking as nations pursue peaceful capabilities that potentially leave the door open to future military options. Concern about a nuclear arms race is fuelled by uncertainty over the future of Iran’s 2015 nuclear agreement, a seeming US willingness to weaken its

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  • Cries mounted for reviving Nabin Chandra Bardoloi Library0

    By Nava Thakuria   1/3/2018 Persistent voices are being raised to revive a historic public library cum hall at the heart of Guwahati city and popular demands are floated for using the space for occasional and selected public gatherings. The library, surrounded by Cotton University, Handique Girls’ College, Gauhati High Court, State Museum, Ravindra Bhawan etc,

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  • China’s dilemma: Balancing support for militants with struggle against political violence0

    By James M. Dorsey    28/2/2018 China’s recent failure to shield Pakistan from censorship by an international anti-terrorism funding and anti-money laundering body suggests that the People’s Republic is struggling to balance its contradictory interests in South Asia and may be trying to evade the potential cost of its long-standing support for Pakistani-backed, anti-Indian militants.

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  • CPEC: Conflict Management0

    by Qura tul ain Hafeez     27/2/2018   CPEC is a great opportunity to enhance Pakistan’s economy. The new commercial and economic businesses nevertheless encompass certain security issues pertaining to the development and implementation of the new projects under the Long-Term Projects (LTP – 2018 to 2030). These challenges and threats are internal as well as

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  • Arguing about India; Assam and citizenship0

      by Mukul Kesavan Feb 25, 2018 The political history of India over the last century and a half needs to be revisited because it is often assimilated in to the history of nationalism. The claim of the Indian National Congress to speak for the ‘nation’ or the raj’s subjects has always been contested by

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