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March 2018
China-India Relations: What is the Role of Third Parties?
16 March 2018 Dr Siwei Liu argues that outside players complicate the already unstable bilateral relationship
Decoding the Elections in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura
15 March 2018 Nasreen Habib analyses the politics and stability of alliances in the recently held assembly elections in Northeast India
Part-II Subtle Shifts in Saudi Foreign Policy: Domestic and International Dimensions
13 March 2018 Pieter-Jan Dockx examines the domestic and international significance of the reorientation in Saudi Arabia's foreign policy pivot
East Asia Compass South Korea's ‘Moonshine’ and a Trump-Kim Summit
12 March 2018 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra reflects on the possibility of dialogue with North Korea and the kind of diplomacy it would require
The Strategist Quad: The Making of a Robust Entente?
12 March 2018 Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar argues that only a system based on practical rather than moral or ideological considerations can confront Chinese ambitions in the Indo-Pacific
2018 US Nuclear Posture Review: Intent and Implications
9 March 2018 Shivani Singh argues that the new NPR carries the potential of further weakening the same global security environment that the document claims to be responding to
Can Australian Democracy Dull Chinese Sharp Power?
9 March 2018 Rachael Strogoff looks at Beijing’s attempts to monopolise its narrative abroad and the reactions this has provoked
Regulating India's Cattle Industry: A Socio-Economic Assessment
8 March 2018 Ayan Tewari contends that if ideology-driven policy is inevitable, it is crucial to think of mitigating the negative effects during the formulation stage
Women Cyber Warriors and the Indian Military
8 March 2018 Dr Vijay Sakhuja takes a look back at the role of women professionals at the forefront of innovation in cyber security
Nuke Street Winter Olympics in the Nuclear Shadow
5 March 2018 Amb (Retd) Sheel Kant Sharma considers scenarios that might break the stalemate on negotiations with North Korea
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