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Bangladesh Tilting Towards China, Pakistan: Report

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NEW DELHI – A prominent newspaper of Bangladesh has reported that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina did not meet India’s high commissioner despite repeated requests for a meeting in the last four months, one of several signs of strained relations with New Delhi and a shift for closer ties with Pakistan and China.

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ASSESSING KASHMIR ON AUGUST 5, 2020

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Today is the first anniversary of India’s single-handed introduction of the way they think the Kashmir problem would be solved. On 5 August 2019, the Government of India revoked the special status of special autonomy, granted under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution to Indian-held Jammu and Kashmir—a region administered by India as a result of the first Indo-Pakistani war 1947-4

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Washington Provoking India to a War With China?

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a recent video conference suggested that the US might move some of its troops from Germany to the region around India, citing growing US security concerns in the Asian region. Given the dramatic rise in tensions between India and China over disputed borders in the region of Nepal and Bhutan where several soldiers from both sides reportedly died i

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After Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, China Fast-tracks Key ...

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After Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, China Fast-tracks Key Defence Projects in Bangladesh After Pakistan’s Gwadar port, China fast-tracks key defence projects in B’desh. Beijing eyes to increase its presence in the sub-continent through delivering subsidised infrastructure projects like ports, airp

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KASHMIR IS PART OF PAKISTAN

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Pakistan Unveils a New political Map Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday unveiled a "new political map" of Pakistan which also included occupied Kashmir. The premier's announcement came a day ahead of the first anniversary of India’s controversial unilateral decision to revoke the area's semi-autonomy. Addre

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India at loss as Indo-Pacific strategy collapses

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A Harvard law school graduate writes, the demise of the Indo-Pacific dream is a staggering loss of face for India on the international stage. China has put India back to where it belongs: a developing nation in South Asia. Not a regional player in the Indo-Pacific. The past two decades of international policy and regiona

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Don’t Threaten Afghans…It Will Be Counterproductive

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The principal deputy assistant secretary at the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA) in the U.S. State Department, Alice Wells, dropped a bombshell on the Afghan government and the country’s political elites on April 4—and caught the international donors by surprise, too—by linking all aid to Afghanistan to the formation of an inclusive

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Afghan peace deal risks collapse as violence spirals out of..

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Afghan peace deal risks collapse as violence spirals out of control in Afghanistan It's been two months since the Afghan peace deal was signed between the US & Taliban. But the recent surge in violence across Afghanistan has challenged the credibility of this peace deal & has risked its collapse. The insurgents h

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Non-State Actors: Has Modi’s India fallen into its own trap?

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Modi's establishment had worked hard to shape narratives - even creating events if needed - to demonise Pakistan, to bring it under American scrutiny and sanctions. But it looks like as if all strategies have backfired as more and more institutions in the west get to understand the reality of Modi's Hindutva. The US Commission for International Religious Fre

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Damning US report on Hindu fanaticism in India touches raw nerve in Delhi

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The latest report of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has damning references to the rise of Hindu fanaticism in India under the Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi, with targeted attacks on Muslims. Expectedly, these observations have touched a raw nerve in the Indian Establishment which is now steeped in Hindu supremacism and the attendant disdain for any criticism

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