The War in Ukraine - South Asian Perspectives : The War in Ukraine One Year On
It has been more than a year since Russia, in a blatant breach of international law, invaded Ukraine. With the economy and infrastructure in tatters, the war has had devastating effects on the people of Ukraine. It also upended the European post-Cold-War security architecture. Even though the physical war at present is limited to the territory of Ukraine, its economic and political impacts are felt worldwide.
This paper offers a comprehensive and in-depth look at the war in Ukraine from a South Asian perspective and examines the numerous impacts it has on individual countries as well as on the region as a whole. The author has done an outstanding job of writing on complex issues like the war in Ukraine in a relatable manner, presenting viewpoints clearly and concisely. Whether a student, a professional, or simply someone interested in learning more about the war in Ukraine and its impacts on South Asia, you are certain to find this paper a valuable resource.
I wholeheartedly recommend this analysis paper to anyone interested in the South Asian perspective of the war in Ukraine. I have no doubt that it will be considered a reliable and reputable source for comprehension of the current state of the war.
This paper was presented during the round table conference on ‘Unseen Consequences of the War in Ukraine for South Asia: Energy Security Challenges,' and inputs from all South Asian experts were incorporated. The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) Regional Office, South Asia, also receives separate papers from experts in South Asian countries.
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