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South Asia (General)

SOUTH ASIA AND THE IMMINENCE OF WAR

Paper No. 463                                              22/05/2002

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Imminence of War: War seems imminent in South Asia going by current indicators.  Short of a formal declaration of war, India seems determined and poised to take on directly by the horns, the strategic and military provocations thrown against her by Pakistan.

China-Pakistan-Myanmar: The triangular relationship needs careful watch

 

Paper 401                                                       29.01.2002

by C. S. Kuppuswamy

The strong and “all weather” friendship between China and Pakistan is well known.  A third dimension to this relationship is being discerned with the active participation of Myanmar, which had  strong ties independently with China ever since the Army in Myanmar took over the government.  This developing triangular relationship needs to be watched by the Indian security analysts.

CHINA AT THE CROSS ROADS IN SOUTH ASIA : An Analysis

 

Paper 703                                                      02.06.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila 

China extended its borders to South Asia with the forcible military occupation of Tibet in late 1950. China’s military annexation of Tibet was facilitated by two factors: (1) United States military pre-occupation with the war in Korea, and (2) India’s  policies of strategic neglect of India’s national security interests and Nehru's blind obsession for China’s friendship. 

SOUTH ASIA : FRANCE MOVES STRATEGICALLY TOWARDS INDIA

 

Paper No. 127                                   

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

SOUTH ASIA ON A SHORT FUSE

    Paper no. 385    29. 12. 2001

 

by Dr. Subhash Kapila 

SOUTH ASIA AND CHINA’S POLICY RECORD: An Analysis

 Paper no. 387    04. 01. 2002

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

(The views are those of the author)

China’s Single Point Agenda in South Asia: Historical review of China’s policy record in South Asia indicates that China has followed a single point agenda in the last 50 years or so. China intruded into South Asia in 1950 itself by its military occupation of Tibet which was facilitated by the United States and the West’s pre-occupation with the Korean War.

INDIA-RUSSIA STRATEGIC COOPERATION: Time to move away

Paper No. 144

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

 

Executive Summary

* During the Cold War years.  India while not a member of any bloc due to her non-aligned activism, enjoyed a proximate relationship with Russia.

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