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MINORITY SEPARATISM IN INDIA: THE MUSLIM MINORITY

Paper No. 1144                                                          18/10/2004

by  B.Raman

(Text of a paper presented  at a conference on “Ethnic Minorities and Great Power Strategies in Asia”  held at Honolulu from October 12 to 14,2004, under the auspices of  the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies” )--------------

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

Network Centric Warfare

 

Paper no. 1089    16. 05. 2004

by Kamal H

(This is a paper by invitation.  Network centric warfare is increasingly getting important.  India has the capability   though nothing has been done so far-  Director 

MUSLIM ANGER: THE THAI DILEMMA

Paper No. 1156                                                       01/11/2004

by B.Raman

(To be read in continuation of my earlier article titled "Bangladesh-Myanmar-Thailand--the Jihadi Corridor" available at www.saag.org ) 

INDIAN MUSLIMS -Under Siege?

Paper No. 1160                                                           09/11/2004

by R. Upadhyay

The history of Indian Muslims is so complex that their isolation from the national mainstream  and consequent socio-psychological confusion have remained a puzzle for social scientists. A study based on the factual developments related to this distinct and a unique religio-social group may help the reader to draw right conclusions.  

CIA: Sinned Against or Sinning?

Paper No. 698                                                           26/05/2003

by B. Raman

THE MYSTERY OF DIA DOCUMENTS

Paper No. 793

by B.Raman

This article is to be read in continuation of my earlier two articles on six recently-declassified documents of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) of the US relating to Pakistani sponsorship of the Al Qaeda and the Taliban before 9/11.

MY JERUSALEM DIARY

Paper No. 822

by B.Raman

I landed in Israel on October 10, 2003, expecting to find a besieged country battered and bled due to repeated terrorist strikes on innocent civilians in different cities by the jihadi terrorists of the Hamas, the Islamic Jihad, the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade and other similar organisations funded and motivated by the former Saddam Hussein Government of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya and the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) of Yasser Arafat.

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