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- proper n. All the countries of the Indian subcontinent (principally India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) and the Indian Ocean (principally Sri Lanka, Maldives)
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Development assistance to South Asia will increase to $124. 3million in 2006-07, reflecting a significant increase in ODA to Pakistan to $17million.
In Canberra, Mr McConville worked as Executive Officer in South Asia and
Assistant Secretary, Mainland South-East Asia and South Asia Branch
On March 27, as the Riedel review debuted publicly, Obama announced that the goal of his campaign in South Asia was “to disrupt, dismantle, and defeat al-Qaeda in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and to prevent their return to either country in the future.”
The nuclear tests in South Asia in 1998 struck at the international norm against proliferation, although we should be clear that actions by non-parties cannot be seen as a failing of the treaty itself.
Thus, on issues necessarily involving the State Departmentthe South Asia crisis, the Middle EastRogers and his people successfully resisted presidential authority.
Tapped to do that review was Bruce Riedel, a three-decade veteran of the CIA who had played a critical role in helping to formulate South Asia policy in the Clinton administration.