COVID-19 in South Asia’s power politics
Auteur : Riaz A. Khokhar. Researcher at Center for International Strategic Studies (CISS).
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Date : 13 avril 2020.
The management of COVID-19 reveals which countries are taking the lead in geopolitics in South Asia. On March 12, 2020, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed to the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries a strategy to deal with the Coronavirus challenge through a video conference. It was a move that surpised many regional commentators and analysts.
Source : Riaz A. Khokhar, “COVID-19 in South Asia’s power politics”, 9dashline, 13/04/2020. URL : https://www.9dashline.com/article/covid-19-in-south-asian-power-politics (consulté le 18/04/2020).
Photo “à la une” : President Addresses the 18th SAARC Summit © Mahinda Rajapaksa/Flickr