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'India' out, 'South Asia' in. How academics are ill serve us

'South Asian studies' academics in the US would do well to introspect how they wittingly or unwittingly become part of Pakistan's proxy war in wielding influence over academics and policy, says Sankrant Sanu. In the early 2000s I tracked the activities of an organisation called the Kashmir American Council, started by Ghulam Nabi Fai. KAC conferences regularly included prominent Indian Leftists in the US such as Angana Chatterji who would excoriate India for 'human rights violations' in ..., 17 hours ago

US welcomes India's interest in joining APEC

The US has welcomed India's interest in joining Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation (APEC) and said it would hold talks with New Delhi in this regard. "We welcome India's interest in joining APEC. I said this directly to my Indian counterparts ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago U.S. Welcomes Indias Interest In Joining APEC  Silicon India6 days ago U.S. welcomes India's interest in joining APEC  The Hindu1 week ago
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Fear and loathing in Hong Kong: Purging and expanding Ming Pao

Asia Times News & Features, China, Hong Kong Forty-eight-year-old Qu Jialin is an established Hong Kong columnist. He is also a loyal reader of the Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao. One of Qu's favorite Ming Pao columns was Weekly Journal of An Yu.
 Asia Times Online1 week ago Farrells celebrate 25 years in Hong Kong  Building Construction Design1 week ago

China responds to Singapore diplomats remarks on South China Sea

April 28th, 2016 02:19 PM A senior Chinese official has expressed shock at the comments of two senior Singaporean diplomats in Jakarta on Monday that China was splitting Asean in reaching a consensus with three Asean states on the South China Sea.
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago
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Virtual reality to become the next big thing in travel: study

Virtual reality is the most appealing new technology travel booking concept in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA), revealed a new survey by YouGov, an internet-based market research agency. Scott Booth, research director and ...
 Trade Arabia1 week ago

Earth Day 2016: ESG Investment Strategies Continue To Evolve Across The Globe

Registered investment advisor, ETF investing, UITs, portfolio strategy | Summary Traditional socially responsible investing (the old SRI) represented an investment style that uses both positive and negative screens to include or exclude ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago

IMF: Actions Listed in Vision 2030 Respond to Challenges Facing Saudi Economy

Washington- A great number of economic analysts and officials in international companies and U.S. research centers praised the ambitious plan that was revealed by Saudi Arabia for 2030. They pointed out that it is not only based on ambitions, but ...
 Asharq Al Awsat1 week ago

How Nigeria can emerge sub-regional shipping hub

The President and Chief Operating Officer of American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Asia Pacific region, Derek Novak has challenged Nigeria to build on its infrastructure and human capacity as part of measures to emerge as the shipping power house of ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago Nigeria: 'How Nigeria Can Emerge Sub-Regional Shipping Hub'  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

OPINION: China-Taiwan tensions are rising, and how Obama responds is critical

China and Taiwan are locked in a spiraling controversy over conflicting concepts of citizenship, with enormous implications both for them and the United States. The timing of the dispute is especially significant, as Taiwan prepares for next month's ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago China-Taiwan tensions are rising. How Obama responds is critical  American Enterprise Institute1 week ago Bolton: China-Taiwan tensions...  DailyNews724.com1 week ago

Africa, Russia and the Middle East Pose Greatest Risks for Companies Operating Across Regions, Say Respondents to AlixPartners' Annual Anticorruption Survey

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AlixPartners, the global advisory firm, today released its 4 th Annual Global Anticorruption Survey. The survey is intended to determine the impact of corruption on the global business environment and understand ways in which ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago
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