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October 2017
Regional Economy 19th Party Congress: Understanding the Economics in Xi’s Speech
30 October 2017 Prof Amita Batra analyses China’s growth and reform in light of the purported consolidation of its economic might
J&K Focus J&K: Operation 'All Out' and Prospects for Winter
26 October 2017 Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain evaluates the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir and makes projections for the upcoming winter in the state
Will the US' Pressure on Pakistan Deliver Results?
24 October 2017 Dr Shalini Chawla evaluates the recent developments in the US-Pakistan relationship and explores whether Washington's pressure on Islamabad can deliver positive results
Strategic Space Meaningful Disarmament, Not Unnecessary Distractions
24 October 2017

Dr Manpreet Sethi considers the importance of countries that are serious about nuclear disarmament mobilising global support for achievable targets

Maritime Matters Plastic Litter: The Challenge at Sea
10 October 2017 Dr Vijay Sakhuja discusses initiatives aimed at ensuring that water bodies remain environmentally and ecologically stable
Dateline Colombo Monuments Over Mortality?
9 October 2017 Asanga Abeyagoonasekera presents his thoughts on popular mobilisation against corruption in Sri Lanka and the larger neighbourhood
The Future of US Troops in Afghanistan: Assessing Potential Roles
9 October 2017 Rajat Ahlawat assesses the current deployment structures and likely roles the new US troops will be deployed for, in Afghanistan
East Asia Compass Shinzo Abe’s North Korea Strategy
9 October 2017 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra comments on the ways in which Abe is using the threat to advance his narrow domestic and foreign policy goals
Nepal: Climate Change and Human Mobility
6 October 2017 Avasna Pandey argues that climate change-induced migration in the country merits closer analysis
The Strategist The Curious Case of USS McCain
4 October 2017 Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar considers the vulnerabilities of computerised warship systems to cyber-attacks
German Elections Results: Impact on Foreign Policy
4 October 2017 Dr Kai Fürstenberg assesses the outcome of the German federal elections and its potential impact on Berlin's overall foreign policy and its policies towards South Asia
Kabul Security: The NUG's Achilles Heel?
4 October 2017 Bismellah Alizada assesses the security situation in Kabul and the broader political implications the current state-of-affairs could trigger
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