Neighbourhood First: Navigating Ties Under Modi

Indian Foreign Policy
catchment area,Freshwater,Geopolitics,Hydropower,Teesta,transboundary

The Teesta water dispute: Geopolitics, myth and economics


A new turn for BCIM?

Regional Integration

Look East through Northeast: Challenges and Prospects for India

  • Subir Bhaumik
Domestic Politics and Governance

In Bangladesh, cyber frauds rising in financial sector

Cyber Security

Myanmar: Trade with India rising; much more needs to be done


Islamic State and South Asia

Defence and Security
Balochistan,Baltistan,China,CPEC,Gilgit,Kashmir,Narendra Modi,Pakistan,POK,Xi Jinping

The strategic importance of Gilgit Baltistan


South Asia Weekly | Volume IX; Issue 7

    International Affairs

    PM’s Iran trip: What should be on Modi’s agenda?

    Indian Foreign Policy
    Islam,Jihad,New Age Terror,Wahhabi

    Future of terrorism and terrorism of the future

    International Affairs

    IRBM for Brahmaputra Sub-basin

    Sustainable Development

    Nepal: Finding a way forward

    International Affairs

    Modi’s Iran visit: Wooing West Asia

    Indian Foreign Policy

    Pakistan Economy: A Resurgence of Sorts

    • Aman Malik
    Economics and Finance

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      South Asia Weekly | Volume IX; Issue 6


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