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  • Reuters

    Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Is a New Avatar of China's BRI on the Cards?

    ‘If a more inclusive and flexible BRI emerges out of the second Forum, it could be an opportunity to re-imagine South Asia.‘

    The Wire
    16 Apr 2019

  • Brij Tankha

    Is Japan Really Entering a New Era?

    ‘The idea that Japanese years are defined by the life of an emperor sits uneasily with the democratic traditions of modern Japan.‘

    The Wire
    5 Apr 2019

  • Tshering Chonzom

    Tibetan ‘returnees’ journey home

    ‘The Tibetans who followed the Dalai Lama after he fled to India in 1959 chose to live in makeshift houses, in the hope that the arrangement was temporary and they would go back home soon.‘

    First Post
    22 Mar 2019

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    Rama V Baru

    The Bhore Committee and the Recent Debates

    ‘THE Bhore Committee report is a much-invoked document in academic, policy and activist circles when discussing the history of health services development in India. ‘

    Seminar Magazine
    15 Mar 2019

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  • Gunjan Singh

    National People's Congress 2019: Major Takeaways

    ‘The NPC, regarded as the rubber stamp Chinese Parliament, started its annual session on March 5. It appears to be a solemn affair as the government acknowledged that the Chinese economy faced many challenges.‘

    Vivekananda International Foundation
    13 Mar 2019

  • Gunjan Singh

    Did the Second Trump-Kim Meeting in Vietnam Achieve Anything?

    ‘The second meeting between the United States (US) President, Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un in Vietnam during February 27-28, 2019 has garnered more attention from...‘

    Science, Technology & Security Forum
    11 Mar 2019

  • Shamshad Khan

    Five things to know about India's general elections

    ‘BJP expected to retain power with Modi comfortably ahead in opinion polls‘

    Nikkei Asian Review
    10 Mar 2019

  • Sanjaya Baru

    An Indian view of China

    ‘Two decades ago prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and his national security adviser Brajesh Mishra took the interesting initiative to constitute a National Security Advisory Board (NSAB)...‘

    The Week
    9 Mar 2019

  • Gunjan Singh

    ट्रम्प-किम: भेटी झाल्या, फलित काय ?

    ‘डॉनल्ड ट्रम्प आणि किम जाँग-उन यांच्या नुकत्याच संपन्न झालेल्या भेटीच्या जागतिक राजकारणावरील संभाव्य परिणामांची चर्चा करणारा लेख.‘

    Observer Research Foundation
    8 Mar 2019

  • Uday Khanapurkar

    As China’s Economy Continues to Slow, Stimulus Rears Its Head

    ‘After more bad economic news, China’s commitment to deleveraging comes under pressure.‘

    The Diplomat
    5 Mar 2019