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Will the Talibans destabilize (again) India? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

Mirko Giordani interviewed Akshobh Giridharadas on the threats on India posed by the Talibans.

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Will the Talibans destabilize (again) India? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

Why India didn’t join the RCEP? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

American politics is dominating the news today, but the future will be more and more Asian. Here we anticipate times, and it seems to us quite legit to understand why the Indian colossus hasn’t joined the most significant free trade agreement in the world, the RCEP. Akshobh Giridharadas has one idea or two about it…

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Why India didn’t join the RCEP? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

The stakes are high in the Indo-Chinese clash, but diplomacy will win – With Akshobh Giridharadas

Twenty Indian soldiers died in the heights of the Himalayas in the clashes with PLA troops. The skirmish is getting serious but, according to Akshobh Giridharadas, the risk of a further escalation is unlikely.

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The stakes are high in the Indo-Chinese clash, but diplomacy will win – With Akshobh Giridharadas

China’s actions against India are driven by weakness, not strength – With Abhijit Singh

Is there a parallel between China’s assertiveness and military actions in the South China Sea and the recent escalation against India? According to Abhijit Singh – former naval officer and Head of the Maritime Policy Initiative at ORF – China is acting in the Himalayas in the same way as in the South China Sea….

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China’s actions against India are driven by weakness, not strength – With Abhijit Singh

Geopolitics, politics and economics: the consequences of COVID-19 over SEA and India

This is a special episode of Deep in the SEA, covering the geopolitical, economic and political consequences of COVID-19 over SEA and India. This time, Mirko Giordani interviewed several analysts and professors: Carlyle Thayer, Akshobh Giridharadas, Shaanti Shamdasani, Chester Cabalza, Narut Charoensri and Aakash Brahmachari.

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Geopolitics, politics and economics: the consequences of COVID-19 over SEA and India

SEA’s reliance on China’s supply chains has finished with COVID-19 – With Shanti Shamdasani

COVID-19 has just woken up Southeast Asian countries: over reliance on China is not possible anymore.

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SEA’s reliance on China’s supply chains has finished with COVID-19 – With Shanti Shamdasani

Forget about an Indian major involvement in Southeast Asia – With Gregory Poling

If Vansh Saluja was quite sure about India’s diplomatic, political and military capabilities in Southeast Asia, Gregory Poling, from the CSIS, is not sure about it.

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Forget about an Indian major involvement in Southeast Asia – With Gregory Poling

India – ASEAN relations: lurking potentiality

India’s ‘Look East policy’ of the 1990s to cultivate deeper integrated economic ties with Southeast Asia transformed into the ‘Act East policy’ of 2014 to demonstrate a strategic shift in the region from an ‘Asia-Pacific’ dominated narrative to the ‘Indo-Pacific’ paradigm. ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), is in the centrality of the Indo-Pacific region…

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India – ASEAN relations: lurking potentiality