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SANJAY AHIRWAL 21वीं सदी में बेहतर विकास और कनेक्टिविटी के लिए इंडो-पैसिफिक क्षेत्र किस्मत वाला भूगोल है। बहुत ज्यादा संभावनाओं वाले इस क्षेत्र में प्राइवेट कैपिटल बहती है और प्राइवेट सेक्टर की भागीदारी लगभग 25 ट्रिलियन डॉलर का फंड...

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APARNA ROY CLIMATE ADAPTATION COP 23 FINANCING GREEN TRANSITIONS The year 2017 has been challenging for climate action, particularly after the US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement. The revelations by “The Emissions Gap Report 2017” released ahead of the...

South Asia weekly report | Vol. X Issue 51

South Asia weekly report | Vol. X Issue 51 DECEMBER SAW SOUTH ASIA WEEKLY Country Reports Afghanistan A-10 return sought An operation focusing on destroying the financial resources of the Taliban through an air campaign is in discussion. Hence a return of the...

What Trump’s new National Security Strategy means for India

MANOJ JOSHI India, in the new report, falls squarely in the “opportunity” category, rather than in that of “threats” or even “competition” for the US. DONALD TRUMP NSS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION Indian reports of the Trump administration’s recently released new National Security Strategy...

Trump’s new National Security Strategy: The good, the bad and the complicated for New...

ABHIJNAN REJ The broad thrust of the NSS document transcends Trump and reflects a growing consensus in the American establishment that China is an adversary. As far as India is concerned, this is the good news. DONALD TRUMP TRUMP...

Need for a ‘Chipko 2.0’ movement

VINAYAK DALMIA Environment is becoming good politics. The timing is apt for both an administrative and political vision to give a Green Roadmap for India. AIR POLLUTION CHIPKO MOVEMENT GREEN FUND NEW DELHI Recently, in Delhi, play was to stopped at the...

India and the global discourse on state-sponsored terrorism

OCCASIONAL PAPERS DEC 20 2017 PREM MAHADEVAN INDIA AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE NEW DELHI PAKISTAN PAKISTANI DEEP STATE STATE SPONSORED TERRORISM India has had modest success in its efforts to internationally isolate Pakistan as a state-sponsor of terrorism. More effective...

Victory Day: Why the brutal 1971 war remains a unique saga in human history

PINAK RANJAN CHAKRAVARTY BANGLADESH INDIA-BANGLADESH On 16 December, Bangladesh celebrates “Bijoy Dibosh” (Vijay Diwas) and India marks “Victory Day”. The day commemorates the end one of the most brutal and significant wars in the latter half of the 20th century. On...

The Brahamaputra: floated myths and flouted realities

NILANJAN GHOSH There is little scientific basis behind the claims of Chinese interventions on the stream-flow of the Yarlung-Tsangpo / Brahmaputra Source: Michael Foley/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 BRAHMAPUTRA Ever since the publication of Brahma Chellaney’s magnum opus Water: Asia’s New Battleground in 2011, the media...

Revisiting counter-insurgency operations in J&K

DEEPAK SINHA INDIAN ARMY INSURGENCY JAMMU AND KASHMIR In appointing Mr Dineshwar Sharma, former Director Intelligence Bureau, as its interlocutor for Kashmir, conventional wisdom would have us believe that the central government has displayed a newfound willingness of much...

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OCCASIONAL PAPERS OCT 27 2017 E-COMMERCE This paper attempts to make a contribution in the context of the recent push in making India an...

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