March 16, 2019 | Volume 3 | Issue 6

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Needed a radical new approach: South Asia ill-served by India-Pakistan hostility
By Tarun Basu

Apart from the irrational rhetoric and flag-waving self-righteousness that marked the February ex...

India calibrates military muscle with nuanced diplomacy
By Nilova Roy Chaudhury

While India has indicated it will give China whatever time it takes, it has also nuanced its posi...

The radicalization of Pakistan has blurred state and non-state lines
By Lt Gen P. C. Katoch (retd.)

Zia-ul-Haq institutionalized radicalization in Pakistan, assiduously preparing the whole populati...

China's protection of terrorist Masood Azhar ensures peace for its CPEC
By Brig Anil Gupta (retd.)

China has a clear strategic vision and its intent and policy are in complete sync with its global...

India now a major force in South-South cooperation 

Enhanced South-South cooperation among developing countries fueled by the rapid economic growth o


India–Pakistan power play 2019: A Sri Lankan perspective  By Piyumi Fonseka

The Indian subcontinent is home to two of the largest armies on Earth. Not only are the armies of India and Pakistan among the world's largest,


India should be part of regional trade agreements: Prof Amita Batra

Global trade trends have seen significant shifts in the last 20 years, said Dr Amita Batra, Professor, Centre for South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal N

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