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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 52

MONITORS DEC 27 2017 South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 52 Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan, China and Pakistan DECEMBER SAW SOUTH ASIA WEEKLY Country Reports Afghanistan Trilateral between Afghanistan, China and Pakistan Strengthening stability and enhancing trilateral cooperation for development of the...

Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLXII

AFRICA WEEKLY DEC 27 2017 Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLXII Tigray, Ethiopia Source: Rod Waddington/CC BY-SA 2.0 AFRICA MONITOR DECEMBER The Continent Experts against politicians managing Africa's natural resources unilaterally During the 12th African Economic Conference, which began on December 4, 2017 in...

India supports Palestine with key interests in mind

MANOJ JOSHI Indian interests in the Persian Gulf region are paramount. That is from where India gets 70% of its oil, and where seven million of Indian citizens labour and send back remittances of around USD 35 billion per...

Storm in the tea cup!

N. SATHIYA MOORTHY Time used to be when even in the post-Cold War era, where a new Russia — struggling both internally and externally to find its place in the new world without the Soviet Union — would be...

Is WTO relevant to India?

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA India has to compete with ASEAN and others around the world in increasing its share of global trade. It is promoting its own free trading arrangement with its immediate neighbours. It already has FTAs — if it...

China ‘stirring up’ anti-India discourse in neighbourhood?

N. SATHIYA MOORTHY The new extra-regional player in China seems to want to provoke internal anti-India debates in individual South Asian nations. Photo: Lei Han/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 GLOBAL TIMES INDIA FIRST MALDIVES NEIGHBOURHOOD FIRST SRI LANKA At a time when New Delhi...

Copyright policy in India: Reconstructing the narrative

OCCASIONAL PAPERS DEC 22 2017 Copyright policy in India: Reconstructing the narrative MEGHNA BAL COPYRIGHT CREATIVE ECONOMY RIGHT TO PROPERTY TECHNOLOGY Independent India’s copyright law has mostly centred around facilitating “access”. This is because India is a large country with...

What could the Chinese be planning for Doklam?

HARSHA KAKAR China has done little in reducing the earlier tensions of Doklam, while India has taken no action, other than protecting its national security concerns. Doklam is likely to again become a spoilsport between the two nations. BHUTAN ...

Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 27

DECEMBER ENERGY MONITOR ENM NATURAL GAS: BRACING FOR OVERCAPACITY Gas News Commentary: November 2017 India The country's biggest private sector oil producer, Cairn India, part of the Vedanta group, is set to considerably increase its gas production to three million standard cubic...

The challenge of the new US security strategy

HARSH V. PANT It veers away sharply from old priorities such as democracy promotion to focus on great power competition and economic rivalry TRUMP ERA The new National Security Strategy (NSS) document unveiled by US President Donald Trump earlier this...

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Over 200 Killed In Sri Lanka’s Worst Flood Since 2003

COLOMBO: At least 202 have died in Sri Lanka's flood while 94 people are missing in the island nation's worst torrential rains since 2003...

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