Geopolitics, Politics, SAARC, South Asia

As SAARC Faces Unprecedented Setback, Time to Rethink the Rigid Boundaries of Its Nation States

by Ravi Kumar and Sasanka Perera Four member states recently withdrew from the SAARC summit that was to be held in Islamabad, affectively scuttling the meeting. This has raised several questions – from the continued existence and overall usefulness of the regional grouping, to the foundational concern of how to work out issues of regional… Continue reading As SAARC Faces Unprecedented Setback, Time to Rethink the Rigid Boundaries of Its Nation States