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Peaceful South Asia will bring trade benefits to global economy: Mamnoon Hussain
Pakistan News Service, 24 November, 2016
A peaceful and stable South Asia will generate dividends for the people of the region and bring economic and trade benefits to the global economy, said Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain.  More...


Why have we been such bad neighbours down the decades?
Business Line, 22 November, 2016
In 1996, when retired Foreign Secretary Muchkund Dubey came out with a vision document for subregional cooperation, many in the South Block still believed in the principles of “benign neglect to neighbours’. That was two decades before the arrival of the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal Initiative (BBIN). Dubey is still considered one of the finest scholars on regional integration. In a recent interview in Delhi, he criticised the foreign policies of the past and the present for the Centre’s inability to improve ties with neighbours and promote regional integration. More...

 

India warns Pakistan against blocking SAARC initiatives
The Tribune, 21November, 2016

India gas asked Pakistan to desist from "blocking every possible initiative" under SAARC and warned that the “damaging” approach will force countries of the region to look for other options like Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to boost regional cooperation. More...

 

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