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Why Pakistan Should Re-think on Its Visa Policy Toward Afghanistan

As the sun sets and darkness spreads, it’s time for hundreds of Afghans to go and lineup in front of Pakistani visa offices in...

A Battle for the Ethos of Afghanistan

Between May 28 and May 30 of 2019, a delegation of Afghan political leaders from the opposition met with the leadership of the Taliban in Moscow....

From Strategic Ambivalence to Hedging: How Should India Respond to BRI?

India-China relations are too complex to fit into the neat binaries of ‘friend’ and ‘foe’. Instead they constitute a mosaic of cooperation, coexistence, coordination,...

SCO as New Front for India in Anti-Terror Diplomacy

In Bishkek, erstwhile Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) expressed concern and solidarity with Asian countries facing the...

China and Pakistan: The New Special Relationship in Asia

China and Pakistan vowed to strengthen their bilateral ties during Vice President Wang Qishan of China’s three-day trip to Pakistan in the 26-28th of...

Modi’s Reelection: Challenges Ahead for the New Government

For a second consecutive term in office in India, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has registered a landslide victory, pushing the opposition, Indian National...

Forgotten Voices: The Critical Role of the Afghan Diaspora in the Pursuit of Peace...

On April 23rd, 2019, the Charge d'Affairs of the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Karen Decker, hosted more than 120 Afghan youth leaders at the 'Youth...
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Continuity and Renewed Push in Modi’s Foreign Policy

The swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be held on 30 May. The start of the second term already has indications of...
Sansad Bhavan, parliament building of India

Indian Elections And Its Regional Implications

Lok Sabha elections, to elect a new government in India, are going on from April 9 with the electors hopeful of a ‘change’. With...

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