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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.

 

Read more about EFSAS... 

 

     EFSAS Commentary 21-02-2020

‘Disappearance’ of Masood Azhar

 

     EFSAS Commentary 14-02-2020

TTP's Ehsanullah Ehsan's 'escape'

 

     EFSAS Article 

The Female Leaders of South Asia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 ‘disappearance’ of Masood Azhar on eve of FATF meeting

Pakistan’s contention at the FATF plenary that Masood Azhar, chief of Pakistan-backed JeM, had gone missing was as incredulous as it was revealing.

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EFSAS comments on EhsanUllah Ehsan's 'escape' and Hafiz Saeed's 'conviction'

A ruthless Pakistani Terrorist, whose targets included school children, was allowed to ‘escape’ with astonishing ease by the Pakistani security establishment.

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New EFSAS Article: Political Dynasty and Discrimination - The Female Leaders

South Asia, long associated with patriarchy, marked the rise of numerous female leaders, well ahead of the emergence of a similar phenomenon in the West.

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EFSAS comments on CRS Report on J&K and Pakistan's growing desperation

The US Congressional Research Service released its second report on J&K in six months and assessed the gaping holes in the arguments that Pakistan tried to advance.

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