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Nepal: Racing ahead to Pass the Constitution Amendment Bill in the National Assembly:

Paper No. 6601                    Dated 17-June-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.
 
Racing to Pass the Bill in the National Assembly:
 
Having passed the Constitutional Amendment Bill on the new map that includes the disputed areasn in the Parliament, Nepal is racing ahead to get the Bill passed in the National Assembly.
 

China is an Implacable Enemy of India & India- Pretending Otherwise is Strategic Myopia

Paper No. 6600                            Dated 17-June-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s Hour of Reckoning’ centring on China Threat to India’s Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity has finally dawned irrevocably on the night of May 15 2020 in a violent clash in Galwan Valley in Ladakh---symptomatic of China’s long range strategic intentions to checkmate India’s growing reduction of military differentials with China

China May be Militarily Powerful but Geopolitically Weak in Mid 2020.

Paper No. 6599                    Dated 15-June-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s policy establishment must not be led astray by Indian media celebrities like one who asserted last week that ‘China is militarily powerful to alter the territorial status quo’. China may be militarily powerful to do so temporarily but I would like to assert that “China is geopolitically WEAK in mid-2020” with glaring vulnerabilities.

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Internal Impact of Bifurcation of Jammu &Kashmir and Road Ahead.

Paper No. 6598              Dated 15-June-2020

 By Col. Rajnish Maahi.                                                                                                   

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Nepal: Constitution Amendment Bill on New Map Passed- An Unwise Move:

Paper No. 6597                                  Dated 14-June-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
On Saturday, 13th of June, Nepal’s Parliament passed the Constitution Amendment Bill in  approving the New map that included the disputed areas of Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani by 258 votes in a house of 275.  It is said that one lone member from former RJP, Sarita Giri tried to oppose the bill but was forced to withdraw by her party leaders.
 

Myanmar: China and the Kyaukpyu Deep Sea Port: Why this desperate Hurry?

Paper No. 6596                 Dated 13-June-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In one of my earlier papers on Myanmar 6519 of 12 Feb, 2020, I had said that the visit of Xi Jin Ping though declared to be part of the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties, the real reason appeared to be to regain the lost momentum of strategic dominance.
 

China: Its Rise and The Fault Lines:

Paper No. 6595                  Dated 13-June- 2020

Guest Column:  By Gurvinder Singh

On 26 Dec 1991, the empire called Soviet Union dissolved into 15 Republics. The  CIA  along with all the innumerable 'experts' in 'Think Tanks, Media, US State Department The Pentagon were all caught by surprise   This was at a time when experts saw the Soviet Union as an  extremely powerful one and none of them even had an inkling as to the likely collapse of the USSR.

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