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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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Location of China and India. Source: Wikipedia Commons.

Why OBOR Of China Isn’t A Good Idea For India – Analysis

26 May 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Commodore RS Vasan IN (Retd)* From the time the OBOR was conceptualized towards end of 2013, there have been plenty of discussions on the usefulness of this project to Asia, Africa and beyond. It…


Richard Nixon meets with Mao Zedong in Beijing, February 21, 1972. Photo Credit: Nixon Presidential Materials, U.S. National Archives, College Park, Maryland, Wikipedia Commons.

China: Muted 50th Anniversary Of The Cultural Revolution – Analysis

24 May 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Bhaskar Roy May 16, 2016 marked the 50th year of the Great Proletariat Cultural Revolution (GPCR) launched by the founding father of communist China Mao Zedong. In this hey days Mao was known as…


Location of China and India. Source: Wikipedia Commons.

Did India Lose Another Opportunity To Resolve Border? Yes, Suggests Dai Bingguo In Memoirs – OpEd

18 May 2016 in 1 , Opinion

By Prof. B. R. Deepak India and China lost a few opportunities to resolve the border – first during Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai’s India visit in 1960, second during 1979 during Vajpayee’s China visit, and…


South China Sea. Source: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, Wikipedia Commons.

Unfolding Dimensions Of Recent Developments In South China Sea – Analysis

17 May 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Commodore RS Vasan IN Retd. The initial reaction of the USA to review its invitation to China to participate in the forthcoming RIMPAC could be seen as a response to the turning away of…


China's flag. Source: Wikipedia Commons.

Japan And India’s Comparative Approaches To Meet China Threat – Analysis

17 May 2016 in 1 , Analysis

By Dr Subhash Kapila Japan and India are the twin pillars of Asian security against the overwhelming Asian perceptions of the China Threat emanating from China’s oversized military buildup and China’s hegemonistic impulses to dominate…


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