Shubha Singh
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Diplomatic Enclave: The Karmapa intrigue

The Karmapa Lama, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, head of Tibetan Buddhism’s Kagyu sect, ordinarily resident in India, has been abroad in the US for more than a year.

Diplomatic Enclave: A new cooperative approach in India-Uzbekistan ties

India’s interaction with central Asia has gained some heft after its entry into the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), the regional body comprising of the five central Asian countries togethe

Diplomatic Enclave: Peace and Reconciliation

President Ashraf Ghani made a short day-long trip to New Delhi last week when India and Afghanistan reiterated their commitment to the strategic partnership and the ongoing development cooperation.

Diplomatic Enclave: Newer Ties

This year is the year for elections in South Asia and has already brought unexpected electoral changes in all three elections held in 2018.

Diplomatic Enclave: Indo-US agreement

Indo-US relations seem to move into a closer accord following the 2+2 dialogue between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and their US counterparts, secret

Diplomatic Enclave: Chinese Influence

It was a grand gathering of African leaders at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People this week for the third Forum on China-Africa Cooperation summit.

Diplomatic Enclave: Sub-regional cooperation

The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation was established 21 years ago as a regional organisation of four South Asian nations and two Southeast Asian nation

Diplomatic Enclave: Indo-Pak ties

Foreign policy is normally deeply rooted in the domestic policy of a country. It has to mesh with internal policies since many international policies are linked to domestic concerns.

Diplomatic Enclave: Nuke Cooperation

The Indo-US civilian nuclear energy cooperation agreement was signed ten years ago.

Diplomatic Enclave: Khan’s NEW Pakistan

Pakistan Tehrik-e Insaf leader Imran Khan’s victory in the Pakistani elections has been described as tainted, violence ridden and brought about with the active connivance of the Pakistani army.

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