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South Asia Security Monitor - No. 344
Bulletins - May 28, 2014
 

Modi invites Sharif to India;
China may be "biggest loser" in Indian election;
Militants threaten India after Modi election;
al-Qaeda hiding true strength in Afghanistan

 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1896
Bulletins - May 21, 2014
 

A step forward with Cairo;
One, two, many Crimeas

 

 

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 343
Bulletins - May 7, 2014
 

Coalition forces kill 60 from Haqqani network near PAK border;
Sixth round of Sino-Indian border talks;
2013: 1,500 killed in terrorist violence in PAK;
India tests sea-based missile defense system;
PAK gets new F-16s from Jordan

 

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 342
Bulletins - April 29, 2014
 

New troop minimum for US forces in Afghanistan;
Former Taliban minister freed in effort to spur Afghan talks;
PAK conducts successful HATF III test-fire
US-PAK naval contract meets friction in Congress

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 341
Bulletins - April 21, 2014
 

Boehner in Afghanistan to review elections;
UN denounces Nepal's alleged amnesty law;
Afghan protective guard dissolved;
India-China sixth strategic dialogue bodes "broad concensus";
Rising China prompts spike in Indian defense budget;
Indian elites stand firm on no-first-use nuclear policy

 

 

 
Why The U.S.-India Relationship Is Far From 'Oversold'
Articles - April 14, 2014
 

With national elections in India taking place this month, the health of the U.S.-India relationship is under the spotlight, and the early prognosis is relatively grim. The sudden resignation of the U.S. Ambassador to India and a rocky start to relations with favored prime minister candidate Narendra Modi are symbolic of a broader malaise that has afflicted Indo-U.S. relations since 2008.

 
Andaman And Nicobar Islands: India’s Strategic Outpost
Articles - March 18, 2014
 

Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 has acquainted the world with a long-forgotten corner of the Indian Ocean: the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ANI). Known to few outside India, the island chain constitutes a valuable geopolitical asset for that country and is positioned to play a pivotal role in any maritime competition between India and China in the 21st century. In December 2012, I traveled to the ANI to conduct research for my new book, Cold Peace: China-India Rivalry in the 21st Century. Here’s what I found.

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 340
Bulletins - March 7, 2014
 

Indian navy to commission new vessel;
New ANSF death estimates surpass 13,000;
Afghan protective guard dissolved;
Indian election dates confirmed;
Taliban violence corrodes hopes for peace in PAK
 

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 339
Bulletins - February 25, 2014
 

UN probes Myanmar's sectarian violence;
IAF unprepared for two-front defense;
Australia, India approach uranium export deal;
Taliban killings suspend Pakistan talks

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 338
Bulletins - February 19, 2014
 

U.S. freezes Haqqani assets;
Launch dates set for INS Arihant, AGNI-5;
Taliban 15 demands for peace talks;
Pakistan invests in JF-17