Dr. Bawa Singh

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Dr. Bawa Singh is teaching in the Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, India-151001. bawasingh73[at]gmail.com

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Tashkent Declaration 2: Phony Peace Harbinger for Afghanistan?

Could Tashkent be as a city of peacemaking for Afghanistan as it did in case of Indo-Pak (1965 War)? The First Tashkent Declaration was...

The US Trade War: How China Should React

During the presidential campaign 2016, Donald Trump had made more than 280 promises. However, the pollpromises were formalized through the “Contract with the American...

Would the Taiwan Travel Bill Be A Challenge to One-China Policy?

China perceives Taiwan its a wayward province out of Civil War 1949. Since then, Taiwan is being perceived as its integral part and hence...

Is Syrian Crisis Will Lead to Third Word War?

S yria has been passing through the throes of civil war. Due to this crisis, out of approximately 23 million Syrian population, about...

Withering India’s Neighbourhood Policy

I ndia is believed to be one of the emerging economic powers of the world. This potential is attributed to several indicators such...

Outfoxing Signal From SCO for India: Russia Turned Strategic to Strange Partner

Since its inception, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has been as a Eurasian political, economic, and military organization. Initially, it has five members -China,...

Heart of Asia 2016- An Opportunity: What India Should Make Out of It?

F or the given of many foreign invasions throughout the recorded history, Afghanistan has been known as the ‘Graveyards of the Empires....

New Cold War in South Asia: How India Should Reconnoitre Its Foreign Policy Strategic Challenges?

During the Cold War, the world has been divided into two blocs i.e., capitalism and communism. The Cold War had been the outcome of...

Pakistan’s Unfinished Agenda of Kashmir: What It Should Learn From the Past?

India and Pakistan have been locking horns over Kashmir since the partition of the Indian sub-continent (1947). Over the issue, both countries had fought...

Afghan Refugees: A vision for the 19th SAARC Summit

There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one’s native land. -Euripides 431 BCE The unprecedented internal civil/ethnic conflicts have been...

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