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Sandy Gordon

Sandy Gordon

Sandy Gordon is a visiting fellow with  RegNet, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University. He has worked both in government and as an academic and spent extended periods in India. His recent work covers Sino-Indian relations [see Chapter 5] and sale of uranium to India.

Posts by Sandy Gordon:

Pakistan and the Afghan End-Game: need for a re-think?

South Asia in 2011: a year of strained relations


Speculation swirls around Pakistan’s President Zardari

NATO attack on Pakistani border post: what it means

Behind Gillard’s India uranium sale decision

India and Asia’s concert of powers

The South Asia Cold War ‘quadrilateral’ redux

Caste and modern India

Syed Saleem Shahzad speaks from the grave

Bin  Laden: too big to hide under the carpet?

The battle of Deobund: a straw in the wind?


Corruption in India: bad or worse?

FEATURE ARTICLE: India’s ‘strategy’ as an emerging power

Clinton ‘reads the riot act’ to Pakistan

India ‘looks East’ as history

India’s Maoist threat: ‘state power’ versus state malaise

Sport and security: India’s year of living dangerously

India’s growing problem with illicit drugs

Sri Lanka: shed a tear for the teardrop island

India: Mr Chidambaram’s security revolution


Sino-Indian relations: Beijing muffs its hand

India: two mysteries and a funeral

Indian Ocean: why not all rise on the same tide

South Asia roundup August 7, 2009

The mystery behind the student débâcle

South Asia roundup July 25, 2009

Costs and benefits of ‘staying the distance’ in Afghanistan

Hindi-Chini bye bye?

Indian defence impervious to GFC

South Asia roundup July 7, 2009