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Contributing Writer
February 24, 2015

Sebra Yen evaluates the effectiveness of Taiwanese soft power in bolstering its international presence.

By Nikita Setia
Contributing Writer
January 15, 2015

Recent attempts at reforming the public education system in India are full of good intentions, but fall short.

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Contributing Writer
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Given the increasingly tense and complex Indo-Pakistani relationship, New Delhi must clarify its strategic doctrine to avoid miscalculations on the subcontinent.


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