• Will the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration solve the crisis?0

    • Blog
    • January 10, 2019

    Rajeesh KumarRajeesh Kumar is Associate Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile. More from the author January 02, 2019 At an intergovernmental conference convened under the auspices of the United Nations in Marrakesh, Morocco, 164 nations adopted a pact on 10 December 2018 to manage the global migration

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  • ‘New Way’ to Manage Sino-Indian Engagement?0

    • Blog
    • January 10, 2019

    by P S Suryanarayana 10 January 2019 SYNOPSIS Buoyed by four summit meetings and the formation of a new people-to-people ‘mechanism’ in quick succession, China-India engagement appears to be on a firm track. Despite challenges, this marks an opportune moment to press ahead towards total rapprochement. COMMENTARY CHINA AND India have resorted to soft-power diplomacy

  • Best of The Interpreter 2018: Khashoggi, Skripal, deaths & duels0

    THURSDAY 10 JAN 2019 | SYDNEY by The Interpreter@lowyinstitute A worrying recent trend of violence outside of war zones, some of it state-sanctioned, has captured the attention of governments and, increasingly, the public. The Interpreter covered some of the best-known instances, and some sadly overlooked ones.  On 4 March, former Russian intelligence operative Sergei Skripal and


  • Repression of Free Expression in Free India0

    by Amit Singh      27 August 2018 With Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party in power, hardcore nationalist and fundamentalist forces have been emboldened to suppress free expression and dissent — anyone criticising government are termed as anti-national, and being slapped with sedition and defamation charges. Indian Constitution not only empowers media and free thinkers, but

  • Pakistan –Russia ties reaching new heights under President Putin0

    Venita Christopher      27 August 2018 For the last few decades, President Putin has been warm to Pakistan which has led to increased expectations from Pakistan. The bilateral ties have witnessed many ups and downs however the new positive trending relations between Russia and Pakistan is quite a new phenomenon. Some significant changes have

  • Call for Naval Nuclear CBM’s between South Asian Nuclear Rivals0

    By: Ahyousha Khan      27 August 2018 In complex and dynamic South Asian security structure, new security concerns are evolving without the previous ones being resolved, leading to further deterioration of regional security. Security dynamics of the region are dominated by the power play between nuclear arch-rivals of the region – India and Pakistan.

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