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The World In Flux

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Over the decades, regime change operations have happened in Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Iraq and Syria. With the consequential flood of refugees from these countries into Europe and even Australia and America itself, the neo-colonialist nations have come to realise that the chickens will come home to roost. No lessons were learned from the bloodbath within Europe itself during the years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the redrawing of the map in which nations like Yugoslavia disappeared.


As a result, today the world is confronted by a Right Wing recrudescence that threatens to throw the world back to the days of the Nazi fascism. This was the sentiment felt acutely in France as reflected in the recent election campaign. The stage was taken by the moderate centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and the virulent far-Right Marine Le Pen and the French people were confronted by a dreadful choice which, they knew could throw the world into a turmoil. The events of the past two years have forced peace-loving people, in France at least, to actively prevent a further deterioration of the political landscape.

The historic victory of the 39-year-old President Emmanuel Macron in France proves it. These changes are significant in terms of the roadmap ahead for the people and by the people for their overall progress and peace in their respective societies.

Peace is the ultimate desire of every common person as it is he or she who suffers in every manner when there is war for any reason. Attempts at regime change and wars by proxy leaders like we see in Syria and Jammu and Kashmir are destabilising factors.

After the change of guard in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has had extensive meetings with all the stakeholders in the region in a process of identifying common concerns and solutions. I am sure that these efforts will bring more confidence and stability in all Southeast Asia and India will lead them in the peaceful pursuit of economic growth and social progress.

This edition of DSA is focussed on this very important topic and our eminent experts have analysed the situation in the region dwelling on the challenges and the solutions.

Happy reading!
Jai Hind!


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