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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: Central/North Asia: India

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for the Asia/Pacific/Central/North Asia/India Region

Do Stronger Japan-India Ties Herald an Asian Alliance of Democracies?
Do Stronger Japan-India Ties Herald an Asian Alliance of Democracies?
Author analyzes the improving Japan-India relationship and causes for it. By Jason Miks (first appeared in World Politics Review, 10/23/2007) Read More...


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India, China under pressure at G8
India and China are coming under increasing pressure to sign up to a mandatory limit on greenhouse gas emissions at the G8 summit in Germany. By Sanjoy Majumder (BBC News, 6/6/07) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Wu Xinbo
IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Wu Xinbo
International Affairs Forum speaks with Professor Wu Xinbo about issues regarding China and Asia. By Stefan Daniels. (IA-Forum, 03/23/2007) Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Richard Weitz
IA-Forum discusses security issues with Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow and Director of Program Management at the Hudson Institute, and author of 'Revitalising US-Russian Security Cooperation: Practical ... Read More...


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India and the United States: A New Era
The author discusses how the new US-Indian cooperation on nuclear technology enables the US to push for progress on the Kashmir issue. By Bruce Riedel. (Brookings Institution, 12/18/2006) Read More...


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India hit by global warming
Authors discuss a report that documents the impact of climate change on India's monsoons. The report suggests that climate change has led to an increase in extreme monsoon rainfall. Clive Cookson and... Read More...


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China-India crossborder trade
Article examines the re-opening of an ancient silk trade route between India and China, and the fresh problems, uncertainties and hopes this brings to strengthening Sino-Indian ties. (China Daily, 11... Read More...


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The India Model
After almost a century of stagnant growth, India has in the past decade transformed itself into a rapidly emerging market. Author descries how India did this not by copying the policies of other Asi... Read More...


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India targets the UN's top job
The Indian government is expected to declare support for Shashi Tharoor as a candidate for UN secretary general. After a decided lack of support for a spot on the UN Security Counsel in 1996, and a sm... Read More...


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CNE – Will India Get it Through?
Author discusses India's need for energy and negotiations with the U.S. regarding it. By Vikas Mehta. (IA-Forum, 2/23/2006) Read More...


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Contemporary Developments in India-Pakistan Relations: The Peace Process and Beyond
Paper that discusses issues regarding India-Pakistan relations. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (IA-Forum, 1/5/2006) Read More...


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India Is Not a Precedent
On the nuclear deal with India, Kagan says, there must be some adjustment to reality in international affairs. By Robert Kagan. (Washington Post, 3/12/2006) Read More...


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Lessons from Another Insurgency
Author writes about his experience in the Indian army in Kashmir and lessons learned from his counterinsurgency duties there. By Anit Mukherjee. (New York Times, 3/4/2006) Read More...


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The great Indian hope trick
The Economist reports on the realities of the current state of the long awaited Indian-American alliance.(Economist, 2/23/06, $) Read More...


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India and the US Move from Relationship to Partnership
New Delhi's partnership with the US is based on India’s accelerating growth and free market democracy, argued Kamal Nath, the Minister of Commerce and Industry for India. (World Economic Forum, 1/28/... Read More...


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Contemporary Developments in India-Pakistan Relations: The Peace Process and Beyond
Paper that discusses issues regarding India-Pakistan relations. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (IA-Forum, 1/5/2006) Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Ambassador A. Gopinathan,
IA-Forum speaks with Ambassador A. Gopinathan, Deputy Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations. By Jason Miks. (IA-Forum, 8/16/2005) Read More...


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Fiscal Imbalances Point to Threat of Indian Debt Crisis
Analyzes Bimal Jalan's plans for economic reform in India. By Desmond Lachman. (AEI 7/20/05) Read More...


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Fiscal Imbalances Point to Threat of Indian Debt Crisis
Discusses how India is trying to learn from China's example by trying to produce its own dynamic economic growth.By Desmond Lachman. (AEI 7/20/05) Read More...


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Democracy as stage set for soldiers
Discusses Egyptian general Musharaff's visit to Pakistan. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 1/10/05) Read More...


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Sorry seems to be the hardest word
Discusses Egyptian general Musharaff's visit to Pakistan. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 1/05/05) Read More...


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U.S. Grand Strategy for South Asia
Discusses the US's political plan of action within South Asia. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 5/25/2005) Read More...


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The dynamics of South Asia
Discusses American plans and policies regarding politices in South Asia. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 5/25/2005) Read More...


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Plans to Expand Security Council May Be Frustrated for Now
In this article, Warren Hoge reports on the vaious attempts to expand the security council, in particualr the proposal prepared by the G-4 nations of Brazil, India, Japan and Germany. Hoge writes th... Read More...


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Partition is history, leave it in the past
Discusses Indian- Pakistani relations. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 6/9/2005) Read More...


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Should Nukes Bloom in Asia?
The author discusses the changing political and strategic dynamic in East Asia. He believes that the U.S. much to gain by reaching a deal with North Korea as the alternative may include greater nucle... Read More...


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Bangalore: Hot and Hotter
Friedman writes that while the infrastructure in Bangalore, India's technology capital, is a mess, it is moving ahead from being merely a center for outsourced low-wage labor to an innovation engine f... Read More...


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Sino-Indian comparisons could be advantageous
Since China and India have similar historic and economic backgrounds of which they have handled in very different ways: there exists a prime opportunity for the two states to study each other and lear... Read More...


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A Pipeline to Peace
The authors write that a planned natural gas pipeline from Iran to Pakistan and India with be both an economic and security boon to the region, creating jobs in Pakistan, increasing economic growth in... Read More...


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India, as Seen Today Through the Eyes of an Eminent Pakistani Scholar
Despite the fact that in some analysts' opinion India is now set to become a science juggernaut and a nascent superpower of the East, the country's problems are no less than its accomplishments. By Pe... Read More...


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