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If India and China remain engaged in opposite geopolitical groups, particularly led by extra-regional powers, it means restricting their space for accomodating, cooperative and cordial relations. Realization of the Asian Century requires cordial and cooperative relations between India and China otherwise it will remain a dream, writes Bawa Singh for South Asia Monitor

 
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Over the last two decades, the quantum of military related  imports from Israel has steadily increased and it is estimated that India, which buys  almost $1 billion worth annually accounts for more than 40 percent of total Israeli defence exports, writes C Uday Bhaskar for South Asia Monitor

 
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Modi’s second visit to Sri Lanka as prime minister ushered in a new era in bilateral ties. Cultural and economic diplomacy plays an important role in the foreign policy of both nations, write Srimal Fernando and Samarth Kavoori for South Asia Monitor

 
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It still appears that the US government is less concerned about the growing cultivation and production of opium in Afghanistan, reflecting a pernicious underestimation of the impact of opium cultivation, production and its management of the dynamics of the conflict, writes Gaurav Dixit for South Asia Monitor

 
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The government has not only positioned the Northeast as the gateway to Southeast Asia and beyond but, through multi-pronged efforts of a sustained engagement, developing physical connectivity and encouraging greater investment flows, given rise to a distinct upbeat thinking in and about the region, writes Sreeradha Datta for South Asia Monitor

 
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The greater part of the regional role Trump sees for India is in the Indo-Pacific region as a counter-weight to China. That brings China into both the aid and strategic equations with Pakistan that also faces off India, with which Beijing's relationships are often tense, writes Arul Louis for South Asia Monitor

 
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As India gets inexorably closer to its "strategic partner", it will be worthwhile for it to never forget the simple rule in global geopolitics--- that for a nation of its values, size,  global and regional influence there is immense wisdom in maintaining “strategic autonomy“ and being ever prepared to fight its own battles, writes Lt Gen Kamal Davar for South Asia Monitor

 
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India will then have reason to be very concerned because, with Afghanistan under its sway Pakistan would be able to direct all its negative energies towards India.Therefore, India has a stake in ensuring a stable Afghanistan, writes Rajiv Dogra for South Asia Monitor

 
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Nawaz Sharif has made the correct decision. At this point of time, Shahbaz Sharif is the best bet for the PML-N as well as for Pakistan. However, the PML-N leader would do well to become more consultative, and also address some of the genuine misgivings of party, writes Tridivesh Singh Maini for South Asia Monitor

 
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With increasing Chinese inroads into Nepal, India wants to safeguard its strategic interests, for which improving relations with Oli is crucial, writes Pramod Jaiswal and Priyanka Jha for South Asia Monitor

 


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The struggle for autonomy has been going on within the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) from their inception, writes P.D. Rai
 
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While warning about the risk of “potential nuclear catastrophe on the Korean Peninsula”, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said that a “window of opportunity” was still open to avoid war over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programme.
 
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