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Myanmar

The French Connection

India’s attitude to refugees from Myanmar mirrors France’s inconsistent treatment to Germans fleeing Nazi persecution

Cashing in on a Coup, Beijing Style

A pro-Beijing government in Myanmar means India’s land gateway to Southeast Asia is likely to be nipped in the bud

The Tragedy of Aung San Suu Kyi

Given her erstwhile alliance with the military, she will get much less sympathy from the world today

The Myanmar Problem

The ambitious Kalandan Corridor project financed by New Delhi that links Myanmar and the Northeast is in peril. The current deadlock endangers Indian interests in the region and efforts to uplift the people of trouble-hit areas of the eastern neighbour

Rohingyas: Home Has to be Elsewhere

Why India cannot afford to welcome Rohingyas in spite of the humanitarian crisis

India’s new security doctrine: Red lines redrawn

New Delhi’s muscular new security doctrine could have a far-reaching impact over the years

Buddha’s Orphans

The article Buddha's Orphans has been adjudged the best entry at the 2014 International Committee for the Red Cross and Press Institute of India award for humanitarian reporting

Sunrise in the East

India needs to keep the Chinese factor in mind while engaging with Myanmar

Songs of War

These young musicians from strife-torn places like Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal and Sri Lanka are rebels in their homeland. But they believe their music is a weapon of peace.

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