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SAAG is the South Asia Analysis Group, a non-profit, non-commercial think tank. The objective of SAAG is to advance strategic analysis and contribute to the expansion of knowledge of Indian and International security and promote public understanding.


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Nepal's KP Oli. Photo by Krish Dulal, Wikipedia Commons.

Nepal: Oli’s Government Fall Imminent As Dahal Pulls The ‘Rug’ – Analysis

23 Jul 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan On 12th July, the Maoist Centre of Nepal led by Dahal formally withdrew its support to Oli’s government. The next day a no confidence motion against was filed in the Parliament….


Russia's President Vladimir Putin meets with President of China Xi Jinping. Photo Credit: Kremlin.ru

Russia-China Strategic Nexus: Hair-Line Cracks Surfacing – Analysis

16 Jul 2016 in World News

By Dr Subhash Kapila Barometric changes in the prevailing state of Russia-China strategic nexus is a significant input for regional and global dynamics. For India such inputs are even more significant for its China foreign…


USS Lassen underway in the rough seas of the East China Sea, in 2003. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate2nd Class Inez Lawson, Wikipedia Commons.

South China Sea Arbitration: Evolving Geopolitical Battle Lines Between China And US – Analysis

16 Jul 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Prof. B.R. Deepak* Well over three years since the Philippines initiated arbitration proceedings as regards its maritime jurisdiction in the South China Sea (SCS), The Hague based Permanent Court of Arbitration announced the award…


Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo by Hafrul, Wikipedia Commons.

Dhaka Carnage: A Wake Up Call For Realism – Analysis

10 Jul 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Bhaskar Roy* The siege of the Holey Artisan Café by a group of young Jihadis on July 1 evening was something waiting to happen. Twenty guests dining in this up-market restaurant in Dhaka’s diplomatic…


A Rohingya youth sleeps on the street in Burma. Photo Source: Queen Mary, University of London.

Refugees From Myanmar: Rohingyas In Kelambakkam – OpEd

03 Jul 2016 in 1 , Opinion , Social Issues

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan* Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted and unwanted people in the world today. Thousands of them were forced to flee from their country: they have taken shelter in Bangladesh, Malaysia,…


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