Even with a focused approach, India will face several challenges, external and internal, in implementing selected Sustainable Development Goals

Sep 16, 2015
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South Asia, India

Inside Afghanistan the main income seems to come from protection rackets and tolls, bribes or taxes. Members of the Taliban also own businesses in the United Arab Emirates, in Qatar and Saudi Arabia that produce funds. Of course everyone in Afghanistan who controls land that grows poppy, or roads over which opiates are transported makes money from protection and extortion of the drug industry, including the Taliban, but that is only part of their portfolio.

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South Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan
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The launch of the GSLV–D6 powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine is a game-changer

Aug 31, 2015
WPS Sidhu
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Tantamount to reading a peace proposal as a declaration of war, some news reports suggest that India’s chances for a UNSC seat have been scuppered

Aug 16, 2015
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India
India

Over the past few months, India has been involved in three low-key meetings to address hard security questions vital to its national interests

Aug 03, 2015
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South Asia, India
India, South Asia

Every week, The WorldPost asks an expert to shed light on a topic driving headlines around the world. Today, we speak with the Center on International Cooperation's Barnett Rubin about the future of the Taliban.

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Barnett Rubin speaks with AmanpourCNN’s International's flagship program for global affairs hosted by Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour.

CNN TRANSCRIPT Aired July 29, 2015 - 14:00:00   ET

AMANPOUR: And just ahead, for years we've wondered whether Mullah Omar was dead or alive. He hasn't been seen since around 9/11. I asked 
world renowned expert Barnett Rubin what difference his death would make now. That's next.

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South Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan
Pakistan, South Asia

Barnett Rubin speaks with Yalda Hakim of the BBC about the reported death of Mullar Omar.

Jul 30, 2015
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The Afghan government and army may see Pakistan-brokered talks with the Taliban further confused by the death of Omar.

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South Asia

By most accounts, Prime Minister Modi’s government has notched up a good year in the foreign policy realm, with Modi himself being the principal planner and implementer of the most significant initiatives.

Jul 02, 2015
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South Asia, India
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