Pivoting back the US in Asia

Despite troubles elsewhere, opportunity beckons for America in Asia By Ian Bremmer, president, Eurasia Group Who would have thought Barack Obama would become a foreign-policy president? It’s not what he was elected for, but crises abroad and gridlock at home have forced him to focus on foreign policy—with mixed results. 

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India’s Strategic Pivot To The Indo Pacific

By Dr. Subhash Kapila India’s “Strategic Pivot to the Indo Pacific” stands signified with the dramatic strategic and political outreach made by Prime Minister Modi during his recent visit to Australia and forging a substantial India-Australia Strategic Partnership. Fortuitously, with both India and Australia headed by two dynamic Prime Ministers,

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Strategic Partnership between China and Pacific Island Countries

By Xinhua China and eight Pacific island countries agreed in Nadi on Saturday to establish a strategic partnership featuring mutual respect and common development. The agreement was announced at a meeting between visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and the leaders of the eight countries, namely Fiji Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, Micronesia

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Afghan End Game: Chinese Security Imperative and Implications for India

By Joy Mitra The Uyghur Predicament in Xinjiang Of all the major non-Han ethnic groups including Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and Tajiks, the Uyghurs in Xinjiang are one of the most important ethnic groups who are closely related to other Turkic peoples in Xinjiang and the rest of Central Asia. Eighty

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EU And Its Partners on Development: How Strategic?

By Clare Castillejo and Christine Hackenesch The strategic partnerships of the European Union (EU) with Brazil, China, India, South Africa and South Korea include discussion of development issues, and in some cases commitments to collaboration. However, little is known about whether this high-level, bilateral dialogue influences the EU’s engagement with

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