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27 Oct, 2015
Round Table on "Africa's Time? A Rising Continent or a Passing Moment?"
08 Oct, 2015
Round Table on “Environmental, Ecological, Political and Security Implications of China's Projects on the Tsangpo and Brahmaputra River Basin”
29 Sep, 2015
Round Table on "EU Responses to the European Migration Crisis"
21 Sep, 2015
Workshop on "Rurbanization, Smart Cities and Minorities"
Afghanistan 2015: The Quest for National Unity (Rs. 200)
The Delhi Policy Group's 2015 report on Afghanistan reviews the challenges facing Afghanistan's new National Unity Government with the end of the ISAF mission, rising insurgency, and economic downslide. The report examines the role of neighbors and the Heart of Asia countries in helping Afghanistan through this difficult period. It summarizes regional views on the impact of China's new prominence and the potential for rapprochement between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Crucially, the report recommends that a dedicated task force be launched to reinvigorate the development of a regional compact, covering non-interference, security and economic cooperation.

West Asia in Transition (Rs. 450)
Jointly produced by the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) and the Delhi Policy Group, this wide-ranging report argues that India needs to formulate a coherent "Look West Asia Policy", integrating India's political, economic, social interests with its vital security interests.


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The Delhi Policy Group is an independent think tank founded in 1994, which seeks to build a non-partisan consensus on issues of critical national interest.


Connectivity in South Asia: Transforming the Cooperation Discourse




Connectivity and infrastructure lie at the very core of regional cooperation and integration, their key enablers. This paper first assesses the state of South Asian economies, comparing relevant indices concerning trade and transportation relative to Southeast Asia, and the lacunae in their mutual connectivity, and suggests possible remedial action.