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United States Stares at Hard Strategic Choices for Global Pre-Dominance in 2019:

Paper No. 6416 .      Dated 25-Mar-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Strategic myopia of the United States on the verge of the third decade of the 21s Century and wherein lie United States hardest strategic choices in 2019 is the inability to recognise that its global strategies and especially those on Indo Pacific security need to be crafted to deal with the ‘China Threat’ and not with the ‘Russia Threat’ persisting as Cold War hangover.

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Myanmar: Peace talks with Non-Signatories of NCA by the Government Fail:

Paper No. 6415 .    Dated 23-Mar-2019

By S.Chandrasekharan

The much-hyped peace talks with the non-signatories of the National Cease-Fire agreement ended in failure thanks to the rigid stand of the Government.

Sri Lanka: UNHCR & Sri Lankan Diplomacy- Deny, Deceive, Delay And Destroy

Paper No. 6414               Dated 19-Mar-2019

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By Prof. Ramu Manivannan

China’s Veto on Naming Masood Azhar as a Global Terrorist and its Security Implications:

Paper No. 6413 .       Dated  18-Mar-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China and Pakistan in one stroke of China’s veto in United Nations blocking designation of JeM Chief Masood Azhar in February 2019 have forced into global consciousness the stark reality that Pakistan and China are complicit in Pakistan Army’s adopting State-sponsored terrorism, particularly against India.

Myanmar: Government’s Peace Offensive with Arakan Army:

Paper No. 6412    Dated  17-Mar-2019

By S. Chandrasekharan.

In the midst of intensive and heavy fighting between Myanmar Army( Tatmadaw) and the Arakan Army, Suu Kyi’s Government is making efforts in tandem to secure peace and stability in Rakhine Province. But one cannot fight with one hand and try to shake hands with the other.  Thia is what is happening in Rakhine State in a new front  that has opened in the West in Myanmar.

Bangladesh: JEI Revisited:

Paper No 6411               Dated 16-March-2019

By S.Chandrasekharan.

MALDIVES: Ruling coalition Partners become Rivals in Parliamentary election

Paper No. 6410             Dated 16-March-2019

By R M Panda

Politics is the game of compulsions, limitations and contradictions. The Ruling Coalition- those who fought jointly in a Presidential election to defeat a tyrant,  are now fighting separately and competing with each other as well and with independent and opposition candidates in this upcoming Parliamentary Election.

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