The Neighbourhood/World
Impact of Trump's 'revised' Taiwan policy on Asia - Rajaram Panda, Pioneer
Since Donald Trump scored a surprise victory in the US presidential elections in November, his unorthodox statements on international issues have been creating ripples across the world. Though there are talks in certain quarters that the implications of such statements are already being seen in Europe, the impact of changes in the US policy under Trump administration is likely to be felt in Asia more intensely.
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The Jerusalem Conundrum - Ishaan Saxena, Pioneer
Saudi Arabia and the ghosts of 1979 - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Of elections in neighbouring Nepal - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
New winds in Saudi Arabia - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Royally political purge in Riyadh - Kabir Taneja, Pioneer
Time to call Pakistan’s bluff - Anil Gupta, Pioneer
Pakistan and Trump: Ready for a bargain? - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Why Afghanistan is not Vietnam - M Ashraf Haidari, Pioneer
Pakistan can have economic benefits from India by ending terror havens: Jim Mattis - Mint
Chairman Xi and his men: Entering a new phase - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Will Trump's new Afghan policy be a game-changer? - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
The isolationists win - Pioneer
Hillary Clinton, ‘what happens’ next? - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Towards war’s end in Syria - Vijay Prashad, Hindu
Why China will NOT abandon Pakistan - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
Blowback as Trump goes ballistic - G Parthasarathy, Business Line
S Korea continues military drills after N. Korean nuke test - Hindu
Reining in Kim Jong-un - Pioneer
What Donald Trump did not say is more critical - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
Can the world live with a nuclear North Korea? - Jonathan Marcus, BBC
Why demise of IS is exaggerated - Kabir Taneja, Pioneer
No real challenge to Merkel - Vidya Ram, Business Line
Bangabandhu, the liberator - Syed Khurram Raza, Pioneer
The end of the CIA’s illegal program in Syria is a major victory - John Wight, Geo Politics
Are Pakistan's judges lions or lions under the throne? - Hiranmay Karlekar, Pioneer
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