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We are happy to present the latest edition of Vivek for your reading pleasure. As is the practice, the magazine has a rich variety of opinions and analyses from eminent diplomats, strategic experts and emerging scholars. Ambassador Tariq Karim, who served as Bangladesh's High Commissioner in India for five years until very recently, puts forward a compelling argument for enhancing regional as well as sub-regional cooperation in South Asia while Brig. Gurmeet Kanwal (retd) analyses the journey of India's Nuclear Doctrine 17 years to the month after the Pokharan tests in 1998. A former intelligence officer PM Heblikar has examined Sri Lanka's current state of political affairs and suggested a way India can re-engage with Colombo. Then there are perceptive pieces on Myanmar, developments in West Asia and the future of MQM in Karachi by our in-house scholars. One interesting addition to Vivek this time is an article on the need for the Indian army to embrace Social Media as part of its outreach programme. We welcome feedback from our readers on the latest issue of Vivek.

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