Undemocratic Rule of Modi’s India is a Security Threat to South Asia

By Asanga Abeyagoonasekera – Executive Director SAFN “When a significant civilisational state is astray, it impacts its neighbourhood and stability, threatening regional security.” “West’s neglect of India’s smaller neighbours served to boost India’s ambitions in the region” “With India’s undemocratic practices, will Modi deliver the strategic partnership Washington seeks?” Is India a Democracy? One of the…

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SAFN Collaborates with IRIC Government Think Tank for Foreign Relations in Cambodia

21st February 2024, Phnom Peng, Cambodia. The South Asia Foresight Network SAFN in Washington DC and the International Relations Institute of Cambodia(IRIC) of the Government Royal Academy in Cambodia entered into an MOU for research collaboration and exchange.  The collaboration will enable joint research in Cambodia and the region of Southeast Asia, where the SAFN network will conduct…

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‘Teardrop Diplomacy’ Book Discussion at the National Press Club in Washington DC

From Left: Poonam Sharma, Jerome C. Glenn, Asanga Abeyagoonasekera and Jeffery S. Payne. “Chinese Strategic trap in Sri Lanka”, warns Senior Research Fellow. “There is a deliberate Strategic Trap in Sri Lanka by China,” says the author Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, a Senior Research Fellow at the Millennium Project in Washington, DC. The book discussion on ‘Teardrop…

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