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Trump policies keep all on edge - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
The full weight of Donald Trump's election as the President of the United States is now being felt. Unlike his predecessors, he seems determined to walk the talk of his campaign. Expectations that he would become more 'presidential' and moderate his views have been belied.
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In Naypyidaw, democracy dawns - Mayuri Mukherjee, Pioneer
Changing collective mindset in Pakistan - Nadeem F Paracha, Pioneer
It Made China See Red - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
China's military reforms have serious implications - Jayadeva Ranade, NewIndianExpress
China's new model Army - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
Aung San Suu Kyi's lessons in nationalism - Nilanjana Sengupta, Mail Today
President Obama says Pakistan must dismantle terror networks - Mail Today
ISIS threatens UK in new propaganda video featuring Paris attackers' 'final messages' - Ian Johnston, Times of India
US lifts sanctions; Iran comes in from the cold - Varghese K George, Hindu
Saudi stokes sectarian fire by putting cleric to death - Pioneer
Curious tale of missing Hong Kong publishers - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
IS poses no threat to US, says Obama - Varghese K George, Hindu
A bright, dazzling rainbow - Pioneer
Kerry asks Sharif to find out the truth - Pioneer
With backing of ISI, Jaish-e-Muhammad rises like a phoenix in Pakistan - Praveen Swami, Indian Express
US wants Pak to hold 'thorough, fair' probe - S Rajagopalan, Pioneer
Despite Suu landslide,democracy years away in Myanmar - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
Syed Babar Ali: A non-confrontational winner - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Why China can be casual about English - Sunanda K Datta-Ray, Business Standard
China firm to build mega dam in PoK despite India's strong opposition - India Today
Saudi Arabia’s deadly gamble - Stanly Johny, Hindu
North Korea nuclear test a 'wake-up call' for the world - DNA
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton 'created ISIS': Donald Trump - Economic Times
Common cause in Kabul - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
China's 'good monk' versus 'bad monk' - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
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