The Neighbourhood/World
The Jerusalem Conundrum - Ishaan Saxena, Pioneer
Trump’s foreign policy trump card, seen as a lack of coherence and diplomatic finesse by his critics, is escalating tensions in an area that is already bleeding due to the violent nature of its power politics.
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China's 'good monk' versus 'bad monk' - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
A conflict of interest in conflict coverage - Finian Cunningham, Pioneer
IS bites dust in Iraq’s Ramadi; rout it elsewhere - Pioneer
India-Pakistan-Bangladesh can strengthen Saarc - Pioneer
India is on track in Afghanistan, but there are no miracles waiting to happen - Jai Menon, Swarajya
Tackling the Nepal perception - Atul K Thakur, Pioneer
Policies that have harmed Afghans - Gwynne Dyer, Pioneer
China's Double-talk Over The Indian Ocean - Balbir Punj, NewIndianExpress
Energy diplomacy can bring India closer to Afghans - Sanket Sudhir Kulkarni and Ashok K Behuria, Pioneer
Kathmandu, Madhesis must engage in dialogue - Pioneer
Great expectations for the renminbi - Zhang Jun, Mint
Islamabad must reform for peace to prevail - Balbir Punj, Pioneer
Saudi initiative good, but efficacy questionable - Pioneer
Pak pal China now on jihadi radar - Jayadeva Ranade, Sunday Guardian
Harking back in Kathmandu - Yubaraj Ghimire, Indian Express
TAPI gas pipeline: Still In The Pipeline - Vivek Katju, Indian Express
The Army that we must watch out for - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Warning For Beijing - Tien Sze Fang, Indian Express
Mayhem without a mastermind - Chinmaya R Gharekhan, Indian Express
Why the OBOR is a masterstroke for China - Pravakar Sahoo, Mail Today
China’s latest ploy to influence markets - Mint
The judgement of Paris - Nitin Desai, Business Standard
Turkey’s Gollum - Kavitha Rao, Business Line
In Saudi Arabia, women now have a bit of voice - Pioneer
Afghanistan: Asia’s Bleeding Heart - Mohammad Taqi, Indian Express
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Congress party continuously supporting antisocial elements and those who indulge in violence. It raises voice against the security forces and police personnel of the country. Which academic discipline requires students to wear masks and hold stones while studying? The Congress party always choose to stand with those who are inimical to the country and rile up security forces.
GVL Narasimha Rao, BJP spokesperson

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