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May 2017
#5288
Local Elections in Nepal: Is the Second Phase Possible?
23 May 2017 Dr Pramod Jaiswal assesses the recently held local elections in Nepal and explores the prospects of the next phase of the local elections
#5287
Forecast 2017: The Future of the European Union
23 May 2017

Ambassador (Retd) KP Fabian assesses the EU's trajectory in the recent years and identifies the challenges the country will have to overcome in 2017 and beyond

#5286
India-Sri Lanka: A Grim Tale of Economic Cooperation
19 May 2017 Husanjot Chahal says that even though the need for engagement is strong, in practice, very little has been achieved on the economic front
#5285
Strategic Space New NPR: Can It Break New Ground?
16 May 2017 Dr Manpreet Sethi recommends political dialogue and a downplaying of military might to tackle the current slew of challenges
#5284
Dateline Colombo Steering Co-operation Across Oceans
15 May 2017 Asanga Abeyagoonasekera analyses Sri Lanka's role in the world, in the backdrop of the One Belt One Road conference in China
#5283
Eagle Eye 100 Days in Office: The Trump Administration
15 May 2017

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra reviews Donald Trump's foreign policy moves thus far

#5282
India: Missing the Bus on Sustainable Development Goals?
8 May 2017 Garima Maheshwari looks at how sustainability has become a burden of technocratic formality rather than a policy-implementable mainstay
#5281
New Complexities in Myanmar's Peace Process
6 May 2017 Angshuman Choudhury assesses the potential implications of the parallel channel of political dialogue created by Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAOs) in Myanmar
#5280
Red Affairs Rumour of Triumph
1 May 2017 Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray assesses the policy lacunae that adversely impact India's efforts to counter Left Wing Extremism in the country
#5279
East Asia Compass Trump’s North Korea Policy: Regional Implications
1 May 2017 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra considers regional perspectives on the US administration’s approach towards North Korea
#5278
The Strategist The Value of a Declared No First Use Nuclear Policy
1 May 2017 Vice Adm (Retd) Vijay Shankar provides a global overview of nuclear doctrinal committments
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