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BANGLADESH MISPERCEIVES NEW INDIAN GOVERNMENT’S FOREIGN POLICY THRUST: An Analysis

 

Paper 1017                                                    04.06.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations:

India’s change of Government to a Congress-led coalition in May 2004 has generated mixed and confused signals in India-Bangladesh relations due to a rhetorical overdrive from both sides in terms of professions of friendship and goodwill. 

BANGLADESH’S ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISTS AND AL QAEDA PRESENCE: A Survey

 

Paper 1031                                                     18.06.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

  Introductory Background:

Bangladesh’s Islamic fundamentalists activities and presence of Al Qaeda were once again brought into focus this month by two significant developments, namely:

Bangla Bhai Syndrome in Bangladesh: Is it Vigilantism or Jehadi terrorism?

 

Paper 1035                                                    20.06.2004

By Col R Hariharan, VSM (retd.)

BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT IN DENIAL MODE ON COUNTRY’S TALIBANISATION

 

Paper 1058                                                     15.07.2004

 by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations:

BANGLADESH: Sitting on a Volcano

 

Paper 1096                                                     23.08.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations: Talibanisque Pattern Violence Continues:

Bangladesh’s political violence spear headed by Islamic fundamentalist organisations wishing to impose a Taliban state in Bangladesh stands regularly highlighted in this author’s papers for the last six months. 

BANGLADESH’S UNANSWERED QUESTIONS ON ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT ON OPPOSITION LEADER.

 

Paper 1099                                                     25.08.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations:

BANGLADESH HEADING FOR TROUBLED TIMES

 

Paper 1106                                                    01.09.2004

 Guest Column-by Col R Hariharan (retd.) 

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