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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.
 

United States And China’s Competing Narratives in Indo-Pacific Region:

Paper No. 6575                   Dated 9-May-2020

By Dr. Subash Kapila

United States and China have played out competing narratives in the earlier Asia Pacific ever since China emerged in October 1949 as a Communist giant monolithic State. Competing narratives of United States and China in mid-2020 have assumed hotly contentious confrontational contours in the now enlarged Indo Pacific Region.

Indo Pacific Region: The Gathering Conflictual Storm- Mid 2020

Paper No. 6574                              Dated 9-May-2020

By Dr. Subash Kapila

The United States would not be far wrong in perceptively viewing the China-originated and China-suppression of information on the Wuhan Virus 2019 outbreak resulting in nearly 70,000 US citizens dead and US economy losing trillions of dollars as akin to the Japanese Pearl Harbour attack on United States leading to United States opening its biggest World War II offensives in Asia Pacific.

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)                      
 

Myanmar and the Wuhan Virus- An Update

Paper No. 6572                          Dated  4 - May- 2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
As on 2nd May, the total number of confirmed cases comes to  151 of whom 37 have been cured.  There have been only six deaths so far.
 

Nepal: High Political Drama Continues amidst Wuhan Pandemic:

Paper No.  6571                       Dated   3-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In our last paper we had mentioned about the political drama being played out by PM Oli and his colleagues in his party, when two undemocratic Ordinances were introduced by Oli and hurriedly withdrawn within five days by 20th April when he found that he had no majority in the Party Secretariat and his ouster was therefore imminent.
 

Sri Lanka: Reconvene Parliament, extend its tenure & Form a Multi Party Cabinet

Paper No. 6570     Dated 3-May-2020
By Kumar David
 
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