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MYANMAR: General Elections 2015 – A Curtain Raiser

Paper No. 5977                                  Dated 28-July-2015

By C. S. Kuppuswamy

China- Japan Tensions to Increase as Abe Revamps Security policies

Paper No. 5976                                 Dated 25-Jul-2015

By D. S. Rajan

Tibet: Symmetrical SAR (Special Administrative Region) For Business

Paper No. 5975                                      Dated 23- July-2015

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The Indo-Sino Agreement On Tibet Of 1954 (With Exchange Of Notes)

The Agreement Between The Republic Of India And The People’s Republic Of China On Trade And Intercourse Between Tibet Region Of China And India (1954) consists of a bi-lateral treaty with conditions stated in exchange of notes signed by the plenipotentiaries of both nations which are legally binding.

Sri Lanka: Tamil Tiger Women- Through Selected Writings by Them:

Paper No: 5974                         Dated 23-July- 2015

By Prof. Charles Sarvan

The web-site tamiltigerwomen.com contains material, both poems and prose-sketches, selected and translated from the original Tamil into English by Dr N. Malathy: my thanks to her for sending me a copy.

India’s Foreign Policy 2004-2014 Dismally Failed: Challenges Ahead

Paper No. 5973                                    Dated 22-Jul-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s foreign policy 2004-2014 dismally failed under the stewardship of Congress Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and his selected National Security Adviser Shiv Shankar Menon , (earlier his Foreign Secretary), with its signature note of appeasement of the China-Pakistan strategic duo grossly adversarial against India.

Making Sense of China’s New National Security Law

Paper 5972                                       Dated 19-Jul-2015

By D. S. Rajan

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TELANGANA ––Trapped in the game of Urdu politics?

Paper No. 5971                               Dated 14-July-2015
 
By R. Upadhyay
 
On 20 May the newly formed Telengana State in one of its first policy decisions made Urdu as its first official language along with Telugu.  In the Nizam area, imposition of Urdu had played a divisive communal politics and unless the political class acts with responsibility the danger of communal polarisation in Telangana is real. 
 

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