Pakistan-India Ties under Imran Khan: Opportunities and Challenges
Politics,South Asia
By Tridivesh Singh Maini - 28 Aug 2018

Pakistan-India Ties under Imran Khan: Opportunities and Challenges

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tweets indicate the possible opportunities in the bilateral India-Pakistan relationship. The relationship has many dimensions, the first of which is the situation in Afghanistan and the likely role of the US.
Will Imran Khan Change Pakistan’s Ties with Saudi Arabia and Iran?
Politics,South Asia

By Tridivesh Singh Maini - 13 Aug 2018

Will Imran Khan Change Pakistan’s Ties with Saudi Arabia and Iran?

A New Stride in India-South Korea Relations
Economy,East Asia,South Asia

By Rishi Gupta - 24 Jul 2018

A New Stride in India-South Korea Relations

The Long Road to Peace in Afghanistan
Politics,South Asia

The Long Road to Peace in Afghanistan

A three-day Eid Ceasefire Agreement in June 2018 allowed the Afghan National Security Forces and the Afghan Taliban to pray and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr together. The Eid-truce has revived modest hopes of jumpstarting the on-off peace process.
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Haley’s Visit and Possible US Sanctions on Indian Imports of Iranian Oil
Politics,Economy,South Asia

Haley’s Visit and Possible US Sanctions on Indian Imports of Iranian Oil

The US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley Randhawa, recently visited India. During her visit, Haley met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed a gamut of issues pertaining to the India-US bilateral relationship.
Nepal Asking UNDPA to Leave: A Case of Assertive Diplomacy?
Politics,South Asia

Nepal Asking UNDPA to Leave: A Case of Assertive Diplomacy?

Nepal has asked the United Nations to draw down its Department of Political Affairs in Nepal. The request was conveyed on the grounds that the “peace process” which began in 2006 has been achieved.
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The Fate of TTP after the Killing of Mullah Fazlullah
Politics,Security,South Asia

The Fate of TTP after the Killing of Mullah Fazlullah

The killing of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah in a US drone strike in Afghanistan is a major blow to the terror group. Fazlullah’s killing will further undermine TTP’s organizational coherence, possibly paving way for more defections.
By Abdul Basit - 29 Jun 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Afghanistan: A Theater for Managing India-China Rivalry
Politics,China,South Asia

Afghanistan: A Theater for Managing India-China Rivalry

Afghanistan is one country where both India and China are investing their resources and reputations. However, unlike other countries and matters on which they compete and diverge, Afghanistan is being imagined as a possible theater of cooperation between the two.
Nepalese Prime Minister’s Visit to China: Should India Worry?
Politics,Economy,South Asia

Nepalese Prime Minister’s Visit to China: Should India Worry?

Nepalese Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli concluded his six-day official visit to China on June 24, 2018. A total of eight MoUs were signed in the areas of hydropower generation, manufacturing, river training and agriculture.
By Rishi Gupta - 26 Jun 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East
Politics,South Asia

India’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

On March 22, 2018, Air India made a historical flight from Delhi to Tel Aviv, flying straight over Saudi Arabian airspace. Besides hinting at the covert warming of ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia, the flights testify to India’s growing diplomatic clout in the Middle East.
Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?
Politics,China,South Asia

Will US’ Iran Policy Boost Cooperation between India, Russia and China?

Iran shares a close economic relationship with China. Trade between both countries was estimated at USD 37 billion for the year 2017. India too has high stakes in Iran. Apart from investing in Chabahar Port, it has significantly increased its oil imports from Iran.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Three Years On
Economy,South Asia

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Three Years On

The early-harvest CPEC projects which have begun operation include several power plants, including the Neelum–Jhelum Hydropower Plant, whose first of four turbines commenced operations in April 2018.
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