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South Asia

Adani’s Wind Power Project in Sri Lanka Hits Rough Weather

Adani’s Wind Power Project in Sri Lanka Hits Rough Weather

By Rathindra Kuruwita
Criticism of Adani projects is not new in Sri Lanka. For the first time now, a public interest litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court against Adani Green Energy.

Modi 3.0 and the Uncertain Path to India-Pakistan Dialogue

Modi 3.0 and the Uncertain Path to India-Pakistan Dialogue

By Umair Jamal
Amid an otherwise bleak scenario, the ceasefire along the Line of Control remains in place, offering hope for more confidence-building measures.
Maldives Bans Israeli Tourists, Then Rethinks Decision

Maldives Bans Israeli Tourists, Then Rethinks Decision

By Ahmed Naish
The government announced that the ban is unlikely to be a “blanket;” it will address concerns over Arab Muslim and Palestinian citizens of Israel.

What Will Modi 3.0 Mean for China-India Relations?

What Will Modi 3.0 Mean for China-India Relations?

By Scott N. Romaniuk and Khandakar Tahmid Rezwan
From Tawang to Taiwan, assessing the geopolitical rivalry and geostrategic competition.

Afghanistan Under the Taliban: No Country for Women

Afghanistan Under the Taliban: No Country for Women

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Afghan women are tremendously resilient. But resilience can’t last forever on its own; it needs to be supported and nurtured.  

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Ladakh’s 2024 Election Verdict: Implications for India’s Domestic and Foreign Policy 

Ladakh’s 2024 Election Verdict: Implications for India’s Domestic and Foreign Policy 

By Stanzin Lhaskyabs
Independent candidate Mohmad Haneefa won by a record margin, ending the BJP's decade of political dominance in Ladakh.

Will the Congress Party’s Strategy Against the BJP Work For the Bangladesh Nationalist Party?

Will the Congress Party’s Strategy Against the BJP Work For the Bangladesh Nationalist Party?

By Saqlain Rizve
The BNP lacks leadership on the ground in Bangladesh and the political environment it faces is far more repressive than that in India.
Is China Souring on Pakistan?

Is China Souring on Pakistan?

By Eram Ashraf
The China-Pakistan joint statement issued during the visit of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is illuminating, both for what it says – and doesn't say.

China’s Ambitious ‘5G-A’ Plans in Tibet: Strategic Implications for India

China’s Ambitious ‘5G-A’ Plans in Tibet: Strategic Implications for India

By Tenzin Younten
China’s expansion of the “low-altitude economy” with cutting-edge tech has deep implications for its surveillance capabilities along the disputed border.

Was There a Scam in India’s Exit Poll Predictions?

Was There a Scam in India’s Exit Poll Predictions?

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
The opposition has alleged that exit polls were used to inflate the share market temporarily.

Putting SAGAR in Operation Under Modi 3.0

Putting SAGAR in Operation Under Modi 3.0

By Radhey Tambi
New Delhi pressed the refresh button by inviting the leaders from the island countries of the Indian Ocean region to Modi’s swearing-in.
Rethinking the South China Sea in Indian Maritime Security Strategy

Rethinking the South China Sea in Indian Maritime Security Strategy

By Araudra Singh
New Delhi's strategic and economic interests in the region will only grow, but there are high barriers to increasing the Indian Navy's role in the South China Sea.

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