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WOMEN MAKE VERY GOOD PEACEKEEPERS

WOMEN MAKE VERY GOOD PEACEKEEPERS ASEEM CHABRA ‘If you look at peacekeeping right now, it is fraught with accusations of sexual abuse or peacekeepers involved in deals that are outside their purview, human trafficking.’ ‘When a contingent of women walk … Continue reading

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SAARC FAILS TO FLY, AGAIN

SAARC FAILS TO FLY, AGAIN Diplomatic Correspondent 3 treaties bite the dust despite readiness of India, Bangladesh; experts think reform can make it effective The Saarc pulled a hamstring, once again. The failure to push through any of the three … Continue reading

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CAN THE EU BE A ROLE MODEL FOR SOUTH ASIA?

CAN THE EU BE A ROLE MODEL FOR SOUTH ASIA? Charubala Annuncio This essay, by our Mumbai correspondent, won the first prize at the “EU-India Essay Contest for Young Indian Journalists” organized by the Delegation of the European Commission in … Continue reading

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