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Indo-Pak Meet under Indus Water Treaty: “Nothing Changes”

Paper No. 6420                     Dated 2-Sept-2018
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The Indus Water Commissioners from India and Pakistan met in Lahore for two days on 29th and 30th of August in Lahore.
 
This meet under the IWT (Indus Water Treaty) was scheduled to meet twice a year, but was abruptly stopped in 2014. It was only revived last March with a meeting in New Delhi followed by the current meet in Lahore. 
 

Pakistan New PM-Imran Khan: Nothing Changes

Paper No. 6411                          Dated 20-Aug-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

PM Imran Khan, Pakistan’s twenty second Prime Minister sworn on August 18 2018 was not swept into office with a thumping political majority but a cobbled coalition of sorts. Hovering over PM Imran Khan emerging as Prime Minister was an unsavoury reputation that PM Imran Khan’s emergence as PM was scripted and facilitated by the new power duopoly of Pakistan Army-Supreme Court Judiciary.

MALDIVES- INDIA Relations Going Downhill?

Paper No. 6408 .          Dated 15-Aug-2018

By R.M. Panda

Pakistan’s Water Woes: Don’t Blame India

Paper No. 6407                         Dated 11-Aug-2018
Dr.  S.Chandrasekharan
 

Myanmar: China-Myanmar Economic Corridor- Another “Hambantota” in the Making?

Paper No. 6404                        Dated 8-Aug-2018
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
In the first week of July, Myanmar formally announced that China and Myanmar have agreed to a 15-point Memorandum of Understanding on building a China-Myanmar Economic Corridor as part of the Belt Road Initiative.  Formal signing of the agreement is expected to take place soon.
 
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Nepal: Five Months of Oli’s Rule: A Disappointment?

Paper No. 6402                      Dated 4-Aug-2018
By Dr.  S. Chandrasekharan

Myanmar- 3rd Panglong Conference- A Failure:

Paper No. 6399    Dated . 23-July-2018   

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

After four postponements, the third Panglong Peace Conference finally took off on 11th June at Naypidaw with over 700 delegates attending the Conference. 

Besides those who signed the National Peace Agreement, ethnic armed organisations that had not signed the agreement also joined the conference at the invitation of the government.

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