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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, independent, non-profit think tank and policy research institution.

EFSAS focuses on political, economic and socio-cultural themes in South Asia, with a specific focus on issues like 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, economics, international relations, conflict management, human rights, security, diplomacy, strategic affairs and conflict resolution.

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     EFSAS Commentary 22-10-2021

ASEAN - Myanmar Junta

     New EFSAS Study Paper

Crime-Insurgency | India's NER

     EFSAS Commentary 15-10-2021

Nuclear proliferator A.Q. Khan

 

 

 

 

Announcements


48th Session UNHRC: EFSAS Side-event/Webinar - Speech of Dr. Michael Krona (University of Malmo)

Dr. Michael Krona - Media Scholar and Assistant Professor at Malmö University in Sweden. Specialist on Islamic State’s and other terrorist organization’s…

48th Session UNHRC: EFSAS Side-event/Webinar - Speech of Dr. Weeda Mehran (University of Exeter)

Dr. Weeda Mehran, lecturer at the University of Exeter and specialist in warlordism and conflict and peacebuilding in Afghanistan.

48th Session UNHRC: EFSAS Side-event/Webinar - Opening remarks by Mr. Junaid Qureshi (EFSAS)

The event was moderated by Mr. Junaid Qureshi, Director EFSAS, and was very well-attended by scholars, policy advisors, UN officials, human rights activists,…

News & Cases

EFSAS comments on ASEAN’s nudge that led Myanmar to release protestors

ASEAN sent out a signal that recalcitrance beyond the acceptable could result in Myanmar losing its seat at the ASEAN table.

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EFSAS Study Paper: Crime-Insurgency Nexus in India’s North East

The practical operations of criminal organization and insurgent organizations are likely to become more and more alike over time.

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EFSAS comments on the death of mass nuclear proliferator A.Q. Khan

A.Q. Khan’s journey towards becoming the world's biggest proliferator began when he moved to Europe in 1961 to pursue higher studies.

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EFSAS comments on the ICIJ's Pandora Papers and the malaise in South Asia

The exposure by the Papers of hundreds of wealthy and powerful South Asians, especially Pakistanis, raises several serious questions.

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