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In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan Taliban, conducted its first ever military exercise with Pakistan, and drifted away from its traditional partner in the region, India. Our four-part series examines the significance of these events and whether they constitute a shift in Russia’s South Asia policy.

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India-Russia in Testy Waters? Geopolitics & Diplomacy

India-Russia in Testy Waters?

In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan…

Pakistan-Russia Ties: A Case of Shifting Geopolitics Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Pakistan-Russia Ties: A Case of Shifting Geopolitics

In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan…

Russia in South Asia: Balancing United States and China Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Russia in South Asia: Balancing United States and China

In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan…

Russian Moves in Afghanistan Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Russian Moves in Afghanistan

In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan…

Understanding Russian Engagement in South Asia Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Understanding Russian Engagement in South Asia

In recent times, Russia has reached out to the Afghan…