Posts Tagged ‘South Asia’

Virtual Briefings

Trends in Global Terrorism

  Bottom Line Up Front According to the U.S. State Department, global terrorism clustered in three regions in 2018, with South Asia, the Middle East, […] More

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Putin Flexes Russian Muscle Abroad

  Bottom Line Up Front Vladimir Putin has consolidated Russian power in Moscow’s near abroad and traditional sphere of influence. The Kremlin has also made […] More

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Modi: Modernizing India

In an announcement that caught many by surprise, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the government would discontinue its two largest currency denominations in an […] More

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Stability in South Asia

It’s one of, if not the most, dangerous border in the world.  Nuclear-armed powers, India and Pakistan, have a history of strained relations since their […] More

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Bilateral Trade Potential

Even though both India and Pakistan are members of the South Asia Free Trade Area (SAFTA), established in January 2006, trade between them is strikingly […] More

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The Pakistan Problem

Nowhere on earth is an act of terrorism more likely to spark a nuclear war than in South Asia. This is by no means a […] More

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Terrorism Will Persist

Born from the territorial splitting of British India in 1947, India–Pakistan relations have been historically beset by disagreements, pressure, and conflict over the status of […] More