Tagged: China

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China–ASEAN Maritime Drills: How did it come to this?

China’s utilisation of dollar diplomacy in Southeast Asia has been incredibly effective, particularly since 2015. Economic aid for infrastructure projects to these countries has helped Beijing win the political goodwill of the leaders of...

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India and the Developing Africa

By Gazi Hassan* India–Africa relations are as old as the civilisations of the Nile and the Indus Valley. The earlier known contact between India and countries in Africa dates back to pre-historic times. Trade,...

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‘Guli’s Children’ Screened at CPPR

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) organised a screening of the film ‘Guli’s Children’ at its office on September 20, 2017. The film directed by Dr Joe Thomas Karackattu, an Assistant Professor at the...

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Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and India

The geo-economic dynamics with a liberal political landscape has laid the foundation of a free-market trading system. The last decade has witnessed a surge in regional Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Africa, Latin America...

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BREXIT – A Climate of Political Uncertainties

By Vinny Davis* The referendum in Britain to exit from the European Union revealed how an extended caveat of global warming – Syrian refugee crisis has indebted to the death knell for European Union’s...

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Awaiting the ruling on South China Sea

By Christi Thomas* The contending states in the South China Sea disputes are awaiting the verdict of the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration this month. The case was brought by the Philippines primarily concerning...