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Scholar Warrior  Spring - 2020 From the Desk of the Editor  Section I : National Security, Land Warfare and StrategyMilitary Modernisation in the Era of Limited...

“South Asia: Evolving Regional Dynamics”

Regional dynamics in South Asia have been rapidly evolving. The manifestations of these shifts in the geopolitical environment can be analysed through four prominent...

Soft Power Diplomacy: New Template of India-Myanmar Relations

Soft Power Diplomacy: New Template of India-Myanmar Relations By Alakh Ranjan India-Myanmar relationship has gained importance under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Act East’ policy. PM Modi...

Analysing the China-Myanmar relations: A fruit of Western Isolation

President Xi Jinping was on a two-day (17th and 18th January 2020) visit to Myanmar and this was the first visit by a Chinese...

Transnational Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Impact on India

Introduction In May 2017, Marawi City in the Mindanao Island of the Philippines became witnesses to the struggle between the Armed Forces of the Philippines...

07/02 | Pakistan: The Changing Security Dimension

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03/02 | Talk on South Asia: Evolving Regional Dynamics

Michael Kugelman DEPUTY DIRECTOR AND SENIOR ASSOCIATE FOR SOUTH ASIA // ASIA PROGRAM Bio Summary: Michael Kugelman, the Deputy Director of the Asia Program and Senior Associate...

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