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Toward Strategic Economic Cooperation Between India and Japan

Under the leadership of Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe, India and Japan are increasingly using infrastructure and connectivity projects, particularly in regions bordering India, to further converge their interests. While such economic ... Carnegie Endowment, 1 month ago
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Sott.net

India's interests tilt eastwards, it walks a new tightrope

India's economic and strategic interests are hugely tied to the Indian Ocean, the 21st century's theatre of huge rivalries. If Trump translates his rhetoric into reality, a harried China will be a nightmare there. Nations have no permanent friends ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago Those Blue Water Plasseys & Panipats  Outlook India1 week ago The Most Unwanted: A gripping account of Rohingya refugees living in India  Indian Express1 week ago Trump and Revenge of the 'Realists'  Sott.net2 weeks ago

The crest and the trough

AS 2017 dawns, economic anxiety in India and strategic uncertainty abroad prevail. A number of inflexion points loom that can bring change for the better or worse. In India, it is still unknown if the demonetisation will benefit or harm the BJP's ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan-US strategic divergence

The US has played a key role in Pakistan's foreign policy since 1950's when, driven primarily by security considerations, we entered into a web of alliances with Washington making our country the most allied ally of the United States. The ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 days ago The Geopolitics of South Central Asia and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)  Global Research1 week ago India and OBOR: An uncertain trajectory  Observer Research Foundation1 week ago Evolution Of Pakistan's Nuclear Doctrine Analysis  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago
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Oneindia

Barack Obama loves India; forges Indo-US 'strategic partnership'

Washington, Jan 6: The US has forged a "strategic partnership" with India in the eight years of Obama administration which also considerably improved America's standing in the world, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said, two weeks ahead of ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago US-India relationship a key achievement of Obama administration: John Kerry  Manorama Online2 weeks ago US forged strategic partnership with India in Barack Obama's tenure  India.com2 weeks ago US forged `strategic partnership` with India in Barack Obama`s tenure  ZeeNews.com1 week ago
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DNA India

Youth bulge may become a bane for India, says US intel report

A US intelligence report analysing global trends has said that in the wake of unmatched economic progress, youth bulge may prove a bane rather than a boon for India. After every four years, when results of the presidential elections are out, the ...
 DNA India6 days ago

What the Marshall plan can teach India about China-Pakistan economic corridor

The CPEC may be a bilateral endeavour, but New Delhi cannot ignore its spillover effects on regional governance and regime creation in South Asia Khunjerab Pass point at Pakistan, China border Wikipedia Beyond sketching out the broad ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago What Marshall Plan Can Teach India About China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Analysis  4 Traders1 week ago
Eurasia Review

China's new Silk Road is part of its grand strategy for global influence

The first freight train from China to the U.K. has started its 12,000-mile journey from the industrial city of Yiwu in the east of China to London. Part of China's "One Belt, One Road" project to link east and west, it is all geared toward ...
 UPI2 weeks ago Is Russia Coming to Terms with China's Silk Road?  GlobalAffairs.ru2 weeks ago Optimising Ladakh's strategic advantage  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago Should India be concerned about the China's Belt and Road Initiative?  Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies1 month ago

The combination of corporate governance, sustainability & growth

Despite other economies virtually going through recession, India remains positive from the global investor perspective. The principles of corporate governance and sustainability in India are slowly being incorporated by businesses in the last two ...
 India Infoline1 week ago
Events At Stanford

Can India Ever Become a Great Power?

. 12:00 PM. Location: Philippines Conference Room It is now commonplace to think of India's rise as a great power as inevitable. The Indian economy has demonstrated impressive growth during the last twenty-five odd years; India remains one of ...
 Events At Stanford1 week ago Raja mandala: The looming disruption  Indian Express3 weeks ago Energy News Monitor | Volume XIII; Issue 26  Observer Research Foundation1 month ago
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