Balaji Chandramohan

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  • Balaji Chandramohan is editor of World Security Network for Asia.

    The Uses of Public and Cultural Diplomacy

    Leveraging public diplomacy and cultural diplomacy is key to enable India graduate from being a regional power in South Asia to a great power in the Asia-Pacific.

    August 17, 2011

    Political Crisis in Fiji and India’s Concerns

    Politically isolated in the international community both at the regional and multi-lateral levels, Fiji has found an apt ally in China to ward off any further pressure.

    August 19, 2010

    Who is Supporting Jundullah’s Terror Campaign and Why?

    From its base in Pakistan’s Baluchistan, Jundallah has had opportunities to forge cooperative ties not only with the ISI but also with the Taliban as well as with the intelligence services of countries interested in stoking anti-Iranian activism.

    November 06, 2009

    India, Maldives and the Indian Ocean

    The August 2009 bilateral pact will fortify the security of the Maldives as well as cater to Indian security concerns on the terrorism and geopolitical fronts.

    October 13, 2009

    Indo-Bhutan Joint Action against Insurgents

    Indian insurgent groups are re-establishing camps in Bhutan and are also forging links with Bhutanese rebel groups.

    October 05, 2009