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The Other Side of Geneva

December 4, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis

Jaideep A. Prabhu  The euphoria over the recent Interim Nuclear Agreement with Iran, despite a few discordant voices, has been global. The agreement eased the buildup of political pressure in the region over the last six years and it has set an optimistic stage for negotiations to begin. The difficult issues well known, the path ahead remains long and arduous, […]

Obama’s New Defence Strategy and Asia

January 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Analysis, geopolitics

We had argued in our post, Cold War Gains Momentum that in the Indian context, USA wants to thin down Chinese influence for which it needs India’s support. It would now be prudent to “engage and act east” firmly with Indian characteristics. Should the economic and military cooperation with US be increased as part of this policy it should not be at the cost of raising tensions with China. A tough call for Indian policy makers.

News and Analysis 16 April

April 16, 2011 by  
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Af Pak Clinton Predicts Violent Spring in Afghanistan – Washington Post Spring Fighting Season to Test Gains in Afghan War – Associated Press Condolence Payments for Afghan Civilians – Los Angeles Times editorial Pakistan Militants Killed 2,500 in 2010, Report Says - BBC News Arab World Operation Libyan Freedom – United Press International opinion NATO Made Right Call […]

News and Analysis 09 April

April 9, 2011 by  
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Af Pak Why It’s Time to Negotiate With the Taliban – The Atlantic opinion Official: Pakistani Troops Kill 54 Militants in NW – Associated Press Al Qaeda Returns to Afghanistan - PBS opinion Pakistan’s Problem: It’s Not British Enough – Daily Telegraph opinion Arab World Keeping Ahead of Qaddafi – New York Times editorial U.S. Faces a Libya […]

News and Analysis 04 April

April 4, 2011 by  
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South Asia The Consequences of Qur’an Burning – The Guardian opinion Deadly Protests Against Quran Burning Spread in Afghanistan - VOA Protests Over Koran Burning Reach Kandahar – New York Times Protests Against Koran Burning Spread in Afghanistan – Washington Post Spy Chief’s Tenure Is Extended in Pakistan – New York Times As India Rises, Northeast […]

News and Analysis 20 March

March 19, 2011 by  
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Japan Will the Crisis Create a New Japan? – Washington Post opinion The Stranded Await the Merciful – New York Times Radiation Levels In Japan Causing Concern in Other Countries - VOA Af Pak House Rejects Quick Drawdown from Afghanistan – Associated Press Afghan Institutions Making Strides, Petraeus Says - AFPS CIA Drones Kill Civilians in Pakistan – […]

News and Analysis 11 March

March 11, 2011 by  
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South Asia Corruption Undermines India’s Self-confidence – Washington Post U.N.: 2010 Deadliest Year for Afghan Civilians – Los Angeles Times U.N.: Taliban Causes Most Civilian Deaths – New York Times Pakistan Educational ‘Emergency’ - BBC News The Post-Afghanistan Threat Environment SWJ Blog The Arab Revolution Qaddafi Forces Take Back Strategic Town From Rebels NYT Rebels and Gaddafi […]

News and Analysis 27 February

February 27, 2011 by  
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The Arab World Oil Prices Head for Biggest Weekly Gain – Washington Post No Help for Libya from President Obama – Washington Post editorial Some Backbone at the U.N. – Los Angeles Times editorial Syria’s Silence – Washington Post opinion 23 Killed in Iraq’s ‘Day of Rage’ Protests – Washington Post Stopping Qaddafi – New York […]

News and Analysis – 2 October

October 1, 2010 by  
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Today is Gandhi Jayanti. On this day we pay our homage to the father of the nation through the pages of TOI Ayodhya Verdict in Pakistan Press TOI    Pakistani newspapers had different takes Friday on the Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya issue. One held that the trifurcation of the disputed land into two […]