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February 2018
Budget 2018-19: Beginning the 2019 Election Campaign
16 February 2018 Prerana Priyadarshi considers the reasons that make this a populist budget and the pitfalls contained therein
Maritime Matters South China Sea: Unmanned Vessels and Future Operations
15 February 2018 Dr Vijay Sakhuja argues that new technology demonstrations by China and the US signal the unfolding of a new naval competition between them
Dateline Colombo Sri Lanka: The New Regime and the Revolution
13 February 2018 Asanga Abeyagoonasekera draws comparisons between developments in the country since 2015 and the French Revolution
Pakistan Senate Elections: New Alliances in the Offing?
13 February 2018 Sarral Sharma assesses the potential strategies of major political parties in Pakistan in the run up to the upcoming Senate elections
East Asia Compass Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula: US Policy and China's Role
12 February 2018 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra argues that China cannot be brought on board unless its motivations to participate are addressed by the US
Sushma Swaraj in Nepal: Reinvigorating Bilateral Relations?
7 February 2018 Dr Pramod Jaiswal analyses Indian External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj's recent visit to Nepal and sheds light on responses to the visit in Nepal
Women, Peace, and Security Series Women in Indian Politics
2 February 2018 Report of the discussion on ‘Women in Indian Politics’ held on 24 January 2017
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