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The 14th Summit of the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (SAARC), which opens today in New Delhi, is considered a milestone in the regional organization's history. It encompasses the addition of new member Afghanistan and the first ever participation of five observer parties China, Japan, the United States, the Republic of Korea and the European Union.

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Post time 2007-4-3 11:07:35 |Display all floors
the forces outside the South Asia joining  in the organization (SAARC)will make a contribution to the alleviation tough relations between  India and Prkistan .
and India 's fast economic growth would help to strengthen the cooperation among the nations in this area .cau a sound and fast-developing india need a better stable neighbourhood circumstances and play an active and rational  role in keeping regional peace and stablity .

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Post time 2007-4-3 11:40:10 |Display all floors

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Looking good!


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Post time 2007-4-3 14:15:44 |Display all floors

India and Pakistan have taken their tussles over into Afghanistan

A lot of the troubles and security threats Afghanistan faces comes from Pakistan.  The resurgent Talibans as well as host of foreign fighters are always crossing into Afghanistan from safe havens in Paks..  The Pakis have difficulty shredding old habits some may say.

Thats while the Afghans are renewing their close friendship with India.  Bollywood has hugh following in Kabul.  India counts among the top donors to the Karzai government.

Perhaps General Perv is genuine when he signed onto the GWOT.

But  much of his conniving on the side is motivated by a need to counter India.  This regional oneupsmanship always takes precedence over all other concerns.  And it isnt going away anytime soon, despite all the unrealistic optimism.

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