Professor Rajaram Panda is Lok Sabha Research Fellow, Parliament of India and Member, Governing Council of Indian Council of World Affairs, and Centre for Security and Strategic Studies, both in New Delhi. He was also Senior Fellow at IDSA and ICCR Chair Professor at Reitaku University, Japan.

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After South Korea, Vietnam another example to emulate in fighting Covid-19 Introduction Amongst Asian countries, three countries – South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam – have been successful vis-a-vis the European nations and rest of Asia in containing the spread of the novel Coronavirus or Covid-19. Like South K...

South Korea a Model Case for Combating Covid-19: Lessons for India from the Korean Experience Introduction When the coronavirus or Covid-19 broke out in the Chinese city of Wuhan, South Korea experienced one of the world’s largest initial outbreaks outside China. Though Covid-19 has spread to as many as 205 countries across the ...

Known and Unknown Facts about North Korea: Is Kim Jong-un still alive? Introduction One of the most isolated countries in contemporary world, North Korea is never short of news and hogs the limelight in international media outlets. Whether it is its withdrawal from the 1968 Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty ...

Fallout of COVID-19: Japanese and Koreans to shift base from China to India Introduction The outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan has dramatically altered the social, political and economic lives of millions in as many as 205 countries. No one can even hazard a guess the kind of life th...

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