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Turkey’s Perceptional Geopolitical Downslide under President Erdogan

Paper No. 6688    Dated 29-Sep-2060

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Geopolitics focuses on political power and international relations and in the case of Turkey under President Erdogan there is a perceptible geopolitical decline chiefly arising from pursuit of Ottomanesque imperial impulses that have cost Tukey strained regional and global relations.

Indo-Vietnam Bilateral Cooperation- Strategic Dimensions

Paper No. 6671                        Dated 28-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

Ever since India transformed its Look East Policy to Act East Policy (AEP), it is seen to be endeavouring to enhance its engagement with ASEAN members in particular and countries of the East and Far East in General, both at bilateral and multilateral levels. Accordingly, in pursuit of its AEP, India has advanced its bilateral engagement with Vietnam consistently in spite of several bottlenecks and ongoing tussle in the South China Sea (SCS).

Sino- Kyrgyzstan Relations as a Partial Flavour of Sino- Nepal Relations

Paper No. 6602             Dated 18-June-2020

By Col. Rajnish Maahi

Post Corona Virus- Global Change:

   Paper No. 6576                        Dated 9-May-2020
 By Kazi Anwarul Masud (former Secretary and ambassador of Bangladesh)
Very people doubt that a global change is in the offing. Debate surrounds about the nature of the change.
 

India- Plantation Workers Experience

  Paper No. 6573  Dated 7-May - 2020
By Prof. Charles Sarvan.  (This piece was written many years ago- but in these troubled times it is still relevant.  It is a little long.  Suggest that serious Readers take a hard copy and read it carefully. Director)                      
 

The Challenges Facing the World Today: The case of Bangladesh

Paper No. 6545                 Dated 23-Feb-2020

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

Indo Pacific Security- Competing Narratives and India’s Choices:

Paper No 6511                Dated 15-Nov-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indo Pacific region encompassing the vast expanse from West Coast of the United States to the Eastern Littoral of Africa on the Indian Ocean and Australia in South Pacific has emerged in recent year as fulcrum of global security and stability. Competing security narratives led by United States and a reactive and hardly credible narrative by China challenges Indian foreign policy directions.

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