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US-Cuba relations: Turning over a new leaf - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
Team Obama must ensure a pragmatic strategy to fight all the odds to engage the Castros and the new regime of Miguel Dias-Canel in the days to come. The new roadmap in America’s diplomatic corridors should clear legislative logjams for building a vibrant relationship with Cuba even if a Republican President occupies the White House not just to salvage Obama’s historic “Cuba Initiative”, and also to assuage the Latin American leaders of all hues that America of the 21st century prefers its business not to be any more wars and neo-liberal market gimmicks.
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Colombo's quest for peace after long war - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
US-Russia deal gives hope, but obstacles remain - Pioneer
New dynamic in the north west - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
North Korea's N-race triggers instability in Asia - Pioneer
Strategic thrust to Vietnam ties - KV Kesavan, Pioneer
Pakistan's self-defeating policy - Vinay Kaura, Pioneer
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Terror in Bangladesh by the privileged - Hiranmay Karlekar, Pioneer
Border disputes, emerging problems, major challenge to India China ties: China - Indian Express
Telling Them Why - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
New face of the Taliban - Pioneer
Xenophobia in UK - Sunanda K Datta-Ray, Deccan Chronicle
Restricted religious freedom in China - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Divided states of America - Chidanand Rajghatta, Times of India
A troubled time for the US-China relationship - Mint
Democracy, at home and abroad - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
India, Pakistan continue to view the opening of trading routes as threat to their security - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
As Al Qaeda slips and ISIS gains, Pakistan will be the test-tube for the next jihad - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Pakistan’s Panama paradox - D Suba Chandran, Business Line
The risks of backing Donald Trump - Tabish Khair, Mail Today
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