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Interview – Stephen P. Cohen

Interview – Stephen P. Cohen

Stephen P. Cohen expands on his theory of regional conflict, the pathologies of India-Pakistani relations, and elaborates on the two dimensions of proliferation.

Assessing Student Intercultural Learning in Study Abroad

Assessing Student Intercultural Learning in Study Abroad

Intercultural learning takes place along multiple dimensions, and instructors should be prepared to deal with students moving both forward and backward.

Reflecting on Intercultural Learning in Study Abroad

Reflecting on Intercultural Learning in Study Abroad

Investing adequate resources to the promotion of improved intercultural competence in study abroad students is not a luxury, but a necessity.

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Siegfried O. Wolf discusses the impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, India’s objections, and whether Iran will want to connect to this corridor.

Interview – Amitav Acharya

Interview – Amitav Acharya

Amitav Acharya discusses the concept of a Multiplex World, the importance of regionalism, and the increasing attention towards non-Western IR Theory.

TAPI – An Innocent Pipeline or a Strategic Sword?

TAPI – An Innocent Pipeline or a Strategic Sword?

TAPI certainly has the potential of becoming a great strategic asset. Regional stability will be key to TAPI’s evolution from a pipeline into a strategic sword

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The Perilous Path of India-Pakistan Relations, Post-Pathankot

The terror attack on India’s Pathankot air base may have failed to derail the India-Pakistan dialogue, yet the future and success of these talks remain highly uncertain.

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

There are two paths in IR and, for all the claims of plurality, IR’s equivalent of the dirty little secret is that the margins and the mainstream seldom converge

India and China in Southeast Asia: An Evolving Theatre of Competition?

India and China in Southeast Asia: An Evolving Theatre of Competition?

The global order has become a matter of debate given the alternatives that are emerging such as the Asian Monetary Fund and the incremental evolution of BRICS.

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India have lot to share with and learn from. The present and future international relations are tilting towards inter-state economic cooperation.

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