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Labour Reforms in Indonesia: Essential but Political Economy Challenges Remain

Among the key reforms being pursued by the Indonesian government, are the labor market reforms, which are a part of the Omnibus Law on Job Creation passed by the parliament in early October 2020.
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How India can isolate Pakistan at Heart of Asia

By Kamal Madishetty , Alumni of Vision India Foundation This article was published in the  DailyO Image Source : Vision India Foundation The holy city of Amritsar is all set to host the sixth Heart of Asia ministerial conference over this weekend, where representatives from over 40 countries are congregating to discuss...
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Goa Summit could be the turning point for BIMSTEC

By Kamal Madishetty , Alumni of Vision India Foundation This article was published in the The Diplomat Image Source : Vision India Foundation “With Pakistan perennially playing spoilsport in SAARC, BIMSTEC can be expected to play a greater role.” The recently concluded eighth BRICS summit in Goa, India on October 15-16 saw...
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Water Conflict: Indus Water Treaty Up for Debate in India

By Kamal Madishetty, Alumni of Vision India Foundation Image Source : Vision India Foundation The article was published in the Geopolitical Monitor Ever since the attacks on the Indian Army base at Uri by four terrorists identified by India as members of the Pakistan based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed, there has...
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Indus Waters Treaty is unfair on India, scrapping it can’t be ruled out

By Kamal Madishetty, Alumni of Vision India Foundation The article was published in the  DailyO Image Source : Vision India Foundation The government must make it clear that it is not going to be business as usual if Pakistan continues to bleed India. Ever since the Indus Waters Treaty has...
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