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I am a journalist based in India with a particular interest in political analysis. As part of my work for organisations such as the BBC and the Economist Intelligence Unit, I write briefings and political and economic risk updates on events in South and East Asia. I completed my Master's degree in Global Politics from the London School of Economics, during which I developed a particular interest in the Middle East and have since continued to closely follow events in the region.

As a foreign affairs-junkie, I hope to engage with other participants on the Global Ethics Network on a range of issues related to diplomacy, peace and conflict studies, human rights and international security.

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Why Asia needs its own version of NATO and soon

Posted on December 3, 2012 at 1:04pm 0 Comments

It is easy to ignore a seemingly frivolous diplomatic incident in Asia at a time when the world’s attention is firmly invested in the Middle East, which saw the latest edition of the long-running Israeli-Palestinian saga playing out in Gaza last month. Add to that the much-vaunted economic rise of Asia in the past decade, and the Asia-Pacific region barely comes to mind as a potential flashpoint or a threat to international peace and security.



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