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Pakistan Keen to Keep Ties with Iran and Saudi Arabia

Debalina Ghoshal YaleGlobal, 1 October 2015
Open for trade, Iran may test two rivalries – its own with Saudi Arabia, another between Pakistan and India
NEW DELHI : The Iranian nuclear deal, if implemented, could alter many strategic equations in West Asia, including Iran’s relations with neighbors India and Pakistan. The nuclear deal is sure to give Iran an upper hand in West Asia. However, strengthening Indian-Iranian relations may not bode well for Iranian-Pakistani relations. More >

Xi-Obama Summit: Bridging the Trust Deficit in US-China Ties?

Robert A. Manning YaleGlobal, 29 September 2015
China and the US face many complex issues; the challenge is not letting one overwhelm the relationship

Is ASEAN Losing Its Way?

Amitav Acharya YaleGlobal, 24 September 2015
Fragmented ASEAN balks at taking a position on China’s creeping expansionism in the South China Sea

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