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Is De-Democratization on Ascendancy?

Paper No. 6281                                  Dated 24-Jul-2017

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

China Going Strategically Berserk in 2017- A Global Concern

Paper No. 6280                                  Dated 24-Jul-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

 Communist China in 2017 emerges as a strategically berserk ‘Revisionist Power’, militarily arrogant with the first flush of unprecedented military power and setting set China on clashing trajectories with its Asian and global rivals.

There is a method in China’s Doklam Stand

Paper No. 6279                                  Dated 19-Jul-2017

By Bhaskar Roy

The basic issue is of making President Xi Jinping’s “Chinese Dream” a success.  This a hugely ambitious project that he has launched and he cannot fail.  And at the moment, he cannot back off on Doklam. 

China’s War Threats and Military Brinkmanship against India 2017 analysed

Paper No. 6278                                   Dated 17-Jul-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Israel-India Strategic Partnership 2017: “Seizing the Future”

Paper No. 6277                                   Dated 10-Jul-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

“Seizing the Future” in the words of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, most aptly and precisely, captures the essence of the iconic yet overly belated Israel-India Strategic Partnership forged by the meeting of the hearts and minds of the two dynamic and assertive Prime Ministers PM Netanyahu and PM Narendra Modi last week during the first –ever visit of an Indian Prime Minister to Israel in 70 years.

Doklam Standoff-China Violates agreements with India and Bhutan

Paper No. 6275                                            Dated 05-Jul-2017

By Bhaskar Roy

Global Flashpoints generating Indian Foreign Policy Challenges in 2017

Paper No. 6274                                   Dated 03-Jul-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Major global flashpoints generating challenges for Indian foreign policy stretch from North Korea to the Middle East via the South China Sea disputes, China’s disruptive strategies in South Asia, Pakistan’s Islamic terrorism exports  and the explosive Saudi-Iran confrontation and ultimately the external military interventions in Syria.

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