Ashok K. Behuria

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  • Ashok K. Behuria is Senior Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    Bhutan National Assembly Elections 2018: A Mandate for Change?

    Voters in Bhutan have shown their political maturity by bringing in a new government, which is an indicator of growing awareness about their rights and their role in holding governments to account.

    November 12, 2018

    Imran Khan’s Pakistan

    August 05, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s article on cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan’s new government in Pakistan, titled, ‘Imran Khan’s Pakistan’, was published by ‘The Pioneer’ on August 5, 2018.

    The article introspects on how the new government under Imran Khan can address the outstanding issues with India, and if he, as a favourite of the Army, make it understand the value of giving peace a chance? Or will he just toe the line?

    डूबते पाकिस्तान का आखिरी आसरा

    August 02, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s article on Pakistan’s failing economy was published in Live Hindustan on August 02, 2018.

    The article analyses the challenges before Pakistan due to its economic woes.

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    मतदान से पहले फौज की जीत तय

    July 25, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s article on Pakistan Elections was published in Live Hindustan on July 25, 2018.

    The article analyses the impact of Pakistani Army on the elections and the country’s relations with India.

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    PML-N’s prospects and the role of opposition and regional parties

    July 23, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s analysis of Nawaz Sharif’s political party’s expected performance at the 11 the general elections in Pakistan, titled ‘PML-N’s prospects and the role of opposition and regional parties’ was published in the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies’ special report on Pakistan Elections.

    Peace Prospects in The Af-Pak Theatre

    June 18, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s commentary on Afghanistan-Pakistan relations, titled ‘Peace Prospects in The Af-Pak Theatre’, has been published in Air World Service, an External Services Division of All India Radio, on June 18, 2018.

    The commentary discusses the prospects of peace and coordination between the two nations, following Mullah Fazlullah’s killing.

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    How Sri Lanka Walked into a Debt Trap, and the Way Out

    Sri Lankans love to project their country as the land of serendipity. So, when the island country saw the back of a four-decade-old violent Tamil insurgency in 2009, it was expected that it would surge ahead in a serendipitous way. The turn of events ever since has, however, proved that the country has not been that fortunate. In fact, immediately after the conclusion of the war, Sri Lanka (re)lapsed into multiple crises, occasioned by a regime which functioned in an authoritarian manner.

    March 2018

    Will Pakistan Reset Its Relations With The US ?

    September 17, 2017

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s article on Pakistan-US relations, titled ‘Will Pakistan Reset Its Relations With The US?’ was published by Air Word Service, an external services division of All India Radio, on September 17, 2017.

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    Trump Plain-Speak Shatters Pakistan

    August 25, 2017

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Dr Ashok Behuria’s commentary on the impact of US President Donald Trump’s Afghanistan Policy, titled ‘Trump Plain-Speak Shatters Pakistan’ was published by the Air World Service, the External Services Division of All India Radio, on August 25, 2017.

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    Importance of PM Modi’s Visit to Iran: Opportunities and Challenges for India

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Iran is important in many ways. It came at a time when India is seriously contemplating activation of its ‘Look West’ policy and banking on Iran as a ‘gateway’ and provider of a corridor to Central Asia and Afghanistan. The visit sought to revitalise India–Iran bilateral relations which has passed through an uncertain phase during the last decade.

    September 2016

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