Monthly Archives: June 2012

Pak Syndrome bedevils Indo-Bangla ties

By Surinder K. Sharma Delhi based columnist on South Asian Affairs There is an imperative for India and Bangladesh to work together for mutual benefit and for the good of the region. Scholars from the Institute for Defence Studies and … Continue reading

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B’desh: Mir Quasem And His Failed Mission

By Malladi Rama Rao Finally, as the long arm of law is catching up with the largest fundamentalist party of Bangladesh, it is tempting to say, Well, Hubris falls. For forty years, the Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) managed to survive with impunity, … Continue reading

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Mindsets The Obstacle To Peace In Sri Lanka

-By Malladi Rama Rao One aspect of Sri Lanka – India relations puzzles the layman and expert alike. It relates to firing on Indian fishermen by Sri Lanka Navy in Palk Bay. Firing incidents take place at regular intervals, mostly … Continue reading

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US launches new drone attacks on Pakistan

By Bill Van Auken The Obama administration ordered new drone attacks on Pakistan over the weekend, killing at least a dozen people in the tribal area of South Waziristan. Sunday‚Äôs strike involved two drones, which fired two missiles each into … Continue reading

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As tensions mount with China US shifting bulk of Navy ships to Asia-Pacific

By Patrick Martin The United States will deploy the majority of its naval forces to the Asia-Pacific region over the next decade, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced Saturday in a speech to a security conference in Singapore. The move … Continue reading

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