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US Imperatives to Respect India’s Strategic Sensitivities-2019

Paper No. 6585              Dated 27-Aug-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The United States policy establishment long used for decades to view South Asia with Cold War mindsets which predicated according strategic equivalence to Pakistan with India despite India’s asymmetrical predominance finds the United States in 2019 inadequate in realistic appraisal of strategic imperatives for respecting India’s strategic sensitivities.

Pakistan Army Pushes Pakistan to Existential Cross Roads:

Paper No. 6584             Dated  20 - Aug-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan Army which tightly controls Pakistan’s foreign policy and security formulations has endangered Pakistan’s survival as an independent Nation-State with a looming critical existential crisis that emerges from what I would term as “Pakistan Army’s mythical obsession of geopolitical and strategic equivalence with India”.

Sri Lanka: The Sadness of Geography: Book Review

Paper No. 6583 .               Dated  20-Aug-2019

By Prof. Charles Sarvan.

Sri Lanka :  The Sadness of Geography: My Life as a Tamil Exile,  By Logathasan Tharmadurai.  Dundurn Publishers, Toronto, 2019.

By Prof. Charles Sarvan

Those who haven’t experienced wounds can make light of the scars of others:   freely adapted from ‘Romeo and Juliet’, Act 2, Scene 2.

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India’s Paradigm Shift in assertion of Geopolitical Power on Kashmir- 2019.

Paper No. 6582            Dated 14-Aug-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

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Nepal: Province No. 2 Decides to go to Court over Centre-State Relations.

Paper No. 6581 .           Dated 12-Aug-2019

By Dr.  S. Chandrasekharan.

In an unprecedented move, Province No. 2 consisting mainly of the Terai districts has decided to take the legal route in its dispute over the Federal-State Relations.

Rohingya Crisis: Concerns of Bangladesh:

Paper No. 6580              Dated  10-Aug-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

The latest ISCG Report on Rohingya crisis mentions that there are 911,566 Rohingya Refugess in Cox Bazaar alone.

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AFGHANISTAN-The Day After US’ Inglorious Exit 2020-Perspectives:

Paper No. 6579                  Dated  5-Aug-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The United States perspectively seems headed for an inglorious military exit from Afghanistan prompted not by any significant military failures against Taliban but a military exit ordered by US President Trump for reasons politically expedient related to his bid for re-election as US President for a second term in 2010.

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