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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 27-11-2020

26/11 Mumbai Attacks

 

     New EFSAS Article

Asia’s Other Dragon - Bhutan

 

     EFSAS Commentary 20-11-2020

India's exit from RCEP

Announcements


EFSAS is pleased to announce its new partnership with STERN - University of Sussex, UK

EFSAS establishes its new partnership with Sussex Terrorism and Extremism Research Network (STERN), located at the University of Sussex, United Kingdom.

EFSAS is pleased to welcome Mr. Malaiz Daud as a Research Fellow

Mr. Daud was the Chief of Staff of Afghanistan’s current President (Mr. Ashraf Ghani) in 2010-2011. He is a political analyst with an M.A. in Post-War…

EFSAS is pleased to welcome Dr. Matthew Garrod as a Research Fellow

Dr. Matthew Garrod is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Sussex Terrorism and Extremism Research Network (STERN) at the University of Sussex, United…

News & Cases

EFSAS comments on the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks by Lashkar-e-Taiba

The 26/11 attacks by the Pakistan-based-and-backed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) were among the most brazen, audacious and gruesome acts of terror ever witnessed.

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New EFSAS Article: Bhutan’s Role in Eastern Himalayan Security Affairs

A strategically important yet often underappreciated role in the contemporary development of Indo-Sino relations rests with the landlocked Kingdom of Bhutan.

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EFSAS comments on India's decision to exit the China-led Asia-Pacific RCEP

India said that its decision to exit the trade deal had been dictated by the RCEP’s inability to address satisfactorily India’s outstanding issues and concerns.

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EFSAS comments on the possible impact on South Asia of Joe Biden’s victory

For the three larger countries of South Asia - India, Pakistan and Afghanistan - the impact of the change in the White House, will be more direct and considerable.

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