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Sameena Hameed is Assistant Professor in Middle Eastern Studies in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She holds a doctorate from JNU and her areas of specialization include the Middle Eastern economy, India's economic relations with the region and energy security issues. She is a co-author of Persian Gulf 2020: India’s Relations with the Region and has contributed articles to peer-reviewed journals and chapters to edited volumes. She has prepared research papers and study reports for the Ministry of External Affairs and other trade and commerce organizations like ASSOCHAM. She has been a member of the MEA-constituted Select Group on Gulf and West Asia and was a member of the Indian team for India–GCC Strategic Partnership project and the Indo-Saudi Dialogue.

29: India and the Global Game of Gas Pipelines

09 March 2018

  Gulshan Dietl, India and the Global Game of Gas Pipelines, (New York and London, Routledge, 2017), Price: Rs 695.00, Pages: 213  

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Commentary 557: US trade war could help China dominate the Middle East

06 August 2019

On May 17, the US blacklisted the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei and banned all business transactions with it, except for a temporary licen

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Commentary 556: The Gulf spaghetti: Culture, commerce and commingling

22 May 2019

The Gulf region is set to derive synergetic benefits of its multinational workforce and the multi-ethnic population that has been drawn to the region

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Commentary 554:Opposition Voices get Louder as Turkey Slips deeper into Autocracy

15 May 2019

On 6 May,Turkey’s Supreme Electoral Council (YSK) annulled the results of the local electionsfor the post of the Mayor in Istanbul held on 31 Ma

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