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January 2018
The Yuan: China’s New Strategic Tool in Pakistan
19 January 2018 Air Cmde (Retd) Prashant Dikshit argues that China is steadily employing the Yuan as a strategic tool in Pakistan and makes projections regarding potential implications
Can India Complement and Gain from China’s Belt And Road Initiative?
12 January 2018 Sreejith S Nair assesses the opportunities and challenges posed by the Chinese initiative
Ushering Normalcy in Kashmir
11 January 2018 Ayan Tewari highlights the need for addressing the socio-psychological needs of the youth to reduce future disruptions in the valley. 
A Human Security Approach to Nuclear Disarmament
9 January 2018 Shivani Singh considers the importance of human security norms in the disarmament discourse
Maritime Matters Maritime Digital Trends in 2018
8 January 2018 Dr Vijay Sakhuja argues that the ongoing digital transformation is highly disruptive and will dominate the maritime industry for many decades into the future
Indian Foreign Policy and the Hafiz Saeed Problem
5 January 2018 Abhijit Iyer-Mitra weighs in on the implications of Walid Abu Ali's presence at a Hafiz Saeed rally in Pakistan
East Asia Compass 'Comfort Women' and the Japan-South Korea Relationship
2 January 2018 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra comments on the diplomatic blunder in making a multifaceted bilateral relationship hostage to a handful of fractious issues
Doklam and the India-US Strategic Relationship
2 January 2018 Pieter Jan-Dockx considers the arguments that seek to explain the US' failure to explicitly support India during the military standoff
The Strategist No Responsible Steward of Nuclear Weapons, This
1 January 2018 Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar on the repercussions of the logic that drives Pakistan's nuclear policy
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