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Shanthie Mariet D’Souza Visiting Research Fellow, ISAS A lot appears to be undergoing transformation in the war in Afghanistan after the killing of Osama bin Laden. Recent reports have referred to a serious bid by the US to expand its supply routes through Central Asian states for the US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, as […]

under: Author - Shanthie Mariet D’Souza, Cluster - Security, Country - Afghanistan
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Iran: Foreign Policy Issues in Internal Turmoil

Posted by: | June 28, 2011 Comments Off |

S. D. Muni Visiting Research Professor, ISAS Iran is passing through serious internal turmoil precipitated by a power struggle between President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the spiritual supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khameini. This has been publicly reflected in the removal and reinstatements of ministers and high officials closer to the President by the supreme leader, as […]

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Mary E Stonaker MEI, NUS, email: meisme@nus.edu.sg As energy worries take centre stage around the world, foreign policy decisions are being influenced ever more by issues of energy security. The Indo-Iranian energy security issue is a pertinent example. There exists a definite historical relationship between the peoples of the Indian subcontinent and Persia that has, […]

under: Author - Mary E Stonaker, Cluster - Multilateral & International Linkages, Cluster - Security, Country - India
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