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Globe-trotting journalist Robert D. Kaplan provides a detailed analysis of South Asia's history and geography including the broad arc of territory from Afghanistan into northern India and highlights India’s pivotal role in the region.
Acclaimed author Robert D. Kaplan provides a detailed analysis of South Asia's history and geography including the broad arc of territory from Afghanistan southeastward into northern India and highlights India’s pivotal role in the region.
India’s cabinet is brewing up more realpolitik elements than ever before. Proof of this is India’s relationship with Myanmar that is thriving even though India faces criticism from the West. Indo-Myanmar ties serve India’s economic and regional interests notwithstanding their different political ideologies
If Myanmar becomes southeast Asia's first nuclear power, the entire region will be imperiled. The international community should take this as a wake-up call before it is too late
Powerful economic growth in Asia may be able to prevent a "double-dip" recession. The EU would be wise to engage the region.
An account of India's trade relationship with each of the ten Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) nations
This report generated by Lowy Institute Program Director Rory Medcalf, argues that a mix of flawed policy and flawed perception is holding back a truly strategic partnership between Australia and India.
India needs to bulk up its institutes of International Studies because "no other institute can understand India better than an Indian one." India should capitalize on its scholars and academics in the foreign policy field
Achieving scale and rapid growth in emerging markets requires moving beyond the comfort zone of addressing the very top segment of the market and serving the large and growing middle class.