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While the World is battling one of the gravest pandemics in human history, legacy conflict zones across Asia Pacific from North Korea to Afghanistan and Iraq continue to remain flash points
A realistic appraisal of critical geopolitical trends in a post-COVID 19 World is necessary for India to adjust foreign policy goals and devote diplomatic resources accordingly.
India reportedly agrees not to refer to COVID 19 as China Virus, indicating a balanced response in the ongoing geopolitical controversy over the issue between the United States and China
Observers deem move could be seen as a failure by the federal and provincial governments to meet the challenge, Army attempting to maintain centrality in the overall national hierarchy
SAARC countries less Pakistan have committed to contributing to the SAARC COVID 19 Fund proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In order to help friendly nations to overcome the novel coronavirus epidemic, China has begun to formulate a 'One Province to Cover One Country' plan.
Except for the severe epidemic situation in Iran along the “Belt and Road”, there are less confirmed cases in most countries and are basically controllable.
According to a news report published in Tibet News Network on 19 March 2020, Linzhi (Nyingchi) City, Tibet has recently resumed work of 51 key projects.
Since the restructuring and reform of People's Liberation Army (PLA), various types of new equipment have been distributed to the army.
The national military organisation has set up 48 tents outside its headquarters as a dummy quarantine site to conduct training of personnel to handle corona virus positive cases
India and France operationalised the agreement on joint patrols in the Indian Ocean Region with focus on East African coastline.
Differences over composition of the negotiating team to be fielded by mainstream Afghanistan political parties in Kabul continue to delay the commencement of intra Afghan talks.
With 1.3 billion people, proactive containment is envisaged to break the chain of transmission and prevent community spread, success of which will depend on willing cooperation from the public.
COVID 19 has disrupted the process of pull out by US troops from Afghanistan after the same commenced a couple of days after signing of Agreement with the Taliban on 29 February
Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi participated in the 100th Birth Anniversary celebrations of ‘Jatir Pita’ Bangabandhu, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh held a telephonic conversation with his United States counterpart Secretary of Defence Dr Mark T Esper while in Pakistan Esper spoke to the Army Chief
In nine days of balloting between March 10 and 20, Myanmar’s bicameral legislature, no politically important provisions were changed to bring them in line with democratic principles.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif returned to Pakistan on 22 March after remaining in the United Kingdom for over four months facing dissent in the party
With multiple crisis unfolding simultaneously such as political turmoil, fragile peace process, escalating Taliban violence, surging COVID-19 positive cases Afghanistan facing major challenges ahead
In case of a community spread the challenge for South Asia will be a significant health emergency given the relatively limited resources of health care available.
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