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European Foundation for South Asian Studies
EFSAS

Located in Amsterdam, the European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) is an EU accredited leading independent, non-profit think tank and policy research institution.

EFSAS specifically focuses on South Asia, Terrorism, Indo-Pak relations and the Jammu & Kashmir conflict.

EFSAS provides strategic in-depth analysis, research, statistical data, policy advice and forecasts related to developments in the fields of politics, international relations, conflict management, human rights, security, diplomacy, strategic affairs and conflict resolution.

 

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     EFSAS Commentary 13-09-2019

India-Russia Relations

     

     42nd Session UNHRC

Upcoming EFSAS Side-event

     

     EFSAS Commentary 06-09-2019

US-Taliban Peace Talks

          

 

Announcements


Side-event by EFSAS during the 42nd Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council

The European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) will be organising a Side-event during the 42nd Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council…

41st Session UNHRC: Intervention by Mr. Junaid Qureshi

Intervention by Mr. Junaid Qureshi, Director EFSAS, on General Debate Item 5 during the 41st Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

41st Session UNHRC: Intervention by Ms. Veronica Ekelund

Intervention by Ms. Veronica Ekelund, Research Analyst EFSAS, on General Debate Item 4 during the 41st Session of the UN Human Rights Council.

News & Cases

EFSAS comments on the strategic partnership between Russia and India

Russia’s invitation to PM Narendra Modi to be the chief guest at the Eastern Economic Forum underscored the role that Russia envisages for India in this region.

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EFSAS comments on the bizarre milieu of the US-Taliban 'Peace' Negotiations

It is noteworthy that the Taliban is being raised by the United States to the level where it is being given the authority to curb other terrorist outfits.

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EFSAS comments on the Asia-Pacific Group’s evaluation report on Pakistan

Pakistan’s placement on the Asia-Pacific Group’s Enhanced Expedited Follow Up List could have a major impact on the final decision of the FATF.

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New Study Paper: Religious Terrorism and Sri Lanka's new challenges

The government succeeded in isolating the LTTE from the international community, thereby installing grave repercussions on the group’s financing capacities.

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