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Book Review: Ganga to Mekong of Hema Devare

Paper No. 6127       Dated 13-June-2016

Book Review- By Prof. V. Suryanarayan.

Book by Hema Devare, Ganga to Mekong: A Cultural Voyage through Textiles (Manohar, New Delhi, 2016), pp. 197. -Invaluable contribution to South and Southeast Asian Studies.

The Modi Doctrine and the United States: Analysis

Paper No. 6126                              Dated 13-June-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The Modi Doctrine christened as such by the Obama Administration in June 2016 was a strategic inevitability from which India shied away in earlier years in defiance of compelling geopolitical and strategic realities.

US India Relations and imperatives for China

Paper No. 6125                                  Dated 10-Jun-2016

Guest Column by Commodore RS Vasan IN (Retd)

While reporting on the visit of Modi to US and the US-India relations which are on the upswing, the state run Global Times published an article on 08th June 2016[i] with the title “India’s vision cannot be realized by containing China”.

Kachchatheevu – Mixed Signals

Paper No. 6124                                 Dated 09-Jun-2016

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

Mathura Carnage: The Murder Most Foul!

Paper No. 6123                                  Dated 08-Jun-2016

Guest Column by Dr. Sudhanshu Tripathi

The unfortunate event at Jawahar Bagh in Mathura killing a very nice, gentle and promising S.P. city Mr. Mukul Dwivedi sounds a very dark chapter in independent India’s decaying politics where criminals rule the roost.

Chah Bahar Tripartite Agreement Signals New Geopolitical Power-Play

Paper No. 6120                                    Dated 30-May-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The Chah Bahar Tripartite Agreement signed in Tehran on May 23 2016 between India, Iran and Afghanistan during PM Modi’s Iran visit signals the dawn of a new power- play though essentially economic initially, but with geopolitical implications.

Did India lose another opportunity to resolve the border? Yes, suggests Dai Bingguo in his memoirs

Paper No. 6115                                  Dated 17-May-2016

By Prof. B. R. Deepak

India and China lost a few opportunities to resolve the border – first during Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai’s India visit in 1960, second during 1979 during Vajpayee’s China visit, and third during 1980s when rather than a package deal India insisted on sectoral approach.

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