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China’s President Externally & Internally Besieged- 2019

Paper No. 6520                   Dated 3- Dec-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Perceptionaly as 2019 is ending, China’s 21st Century Emperor President Xi Jinping seemingly invincible with masterly control of all Party and Government organs under his absolute command seems to be losing that aura by being both externally and internally besieged that  has serious implications  for regional and global security and stability.

India: A Little Revisionism Never Hurts Anyone

Paper No. 6519                Dated  2-Nov- 2019

  Guest Column: By Vasud Torsekar

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Myanmar: Suu Kyi leading the delegation to ICJ- Implications

Paper No. 6518                      Dated 30-Nov-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

It all began with Gambia on behalf of the OIC filed a Law suit at the United Nation’s International Court of Justice (ICJ) accusing Myanmar of breaching the 1948 Un Genocide Convention through a military campaign in Rakhine State. The ICJ with great alacrity took up the issue immediately and fixed December 12th for detailed hearing in the case!

Sri Lanka’s India Equation- Rhetoric and Reality.

Paper No. 6517                             Dated  28-Nov-2019

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

The victory of Gotabaya Rajapaksa in the Presidential election held on November 16, 2019, with a massive mandate, not unexpected by Sri Lanka watchers in India, opens a new chapter in Sri Lanka’s history and also in Sri Lanka-India relations.

Nepal: Cease-Fire Process- Incomplete without Transitional Justice:

Paper No. 6516                 Dated 26-Nov-2019

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

Everyone would agree that the cease fire process initiated in 2006 is incomplete without bringing justice to those victims of the ten-year conflict started by the Maoists in 1995/96.

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Sri Lanka: Victory of Rajapaksa- What it means to Tamil Polity?

Paper No. 6515                  Dated  24- Nov- 2019

By Prof. Ramu Manivannan

The victory of Gotabaya Rajapaksa was much anticipated in the recently held 16th November presidential elections in Sri Lanka given the course of national politics after the evaporation of false euphoria over the success of President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in keeping Mahinda Rajapaksa out of power since 2015. 

Myanmar: Ugly turn with a wave of international indictments on Rohingya Issue:

Paper No. 6514                     Dated 21-Nov-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Myanmar is facing three major international justice initiatives, all at the same time in connection with the alleged crimes against the Rohingya community in Myanmar. There appears to be a concerted effort to corner Myanmar not only on the Rohingya issue, but also in other ethnic conflicts in Rakhine, Kachin and Northern Shan States!

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