SEPTEMBER 2016 - Vol. 16 No. 3

Welcome to September 2016 Issue.
- Suresh Jaura
Publisher and
Managing Editor

BALOCHISTAN: SENSITIVE SPOT?

0712 flag pakistanThe insurgency has periodically flared fuelled by growing fears of Baloch tribes of economic marginalisation by settlers, as well as Islamists.

 

SOMETHING STIRRING

Singapore is a known bellwether in global trade flows. Cargo moving in and through Singapore are still a good bit lower than at the previous peak in 2014 - data is on an upswing.   

INDIA'S NUKE POLICY AIM: CHINA

India considers China as its main rival in the region, while Pakistan considers India as its main enemy and China considers the US as a major threat.

NUCLEAR WAR

A Potentially Deadly Issue in US Elections

UN's 2030 AGENDA

UN Turns to World's Youth for Achieving

PROMISES AND DILEMMAS

Prime Minister Dahal, in his second stint, had 363 votes..

THE PRESENT DIRE STATE

Awami League administration is at fault for the mayhem.

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