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Sunni Nato Military Alliance Spells Conflict in the Middle East.

Paper No. 6268                                Dated  12th June 2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Afghaistan subjected to Unholy Machinations of Pakistan-China-Russia Trilateral

Paper No. 6267                                 Dated 06-May-2017

By Dr   Subhash Kapila

Afghanistan seems to have been subjected to an increasing number of suicide bombings/terrorist attacks especially in Kabul ever since the emergence of the unholy Pakistan-China-Russia Trilateral and its more than usual interference in Afghanistan on the pretext of search for stability and peace in that war-ravaged country.

Bangladesh: A Faustian Bargain?

Paper No. 6266                                Dated 01-Jun-2017

By Bhaskar Roy

South Korea in China’s Strategic Calculus Analysed

Paper No. 6265                               Dated 31-May-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China’s strategic calculus imperatives dictate that South Korea never achieves reunification with North Korea and hence the futility of any of South Korea’s episodic “Sunshine Policies”.

Myanmar: Peace Process with Chinese Characteristics:

Paper No. 6264                Dated 30-May-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
One narrative that is all too prominent in the second Union Peace Conference- officially called the 21st century Panglong Conference is the role of China and its proxies before and during the Conference.
 

Theatre Military Commands for Indian Military is a Flawed Concept

Paper No. 6260                                 Dated 22-May-2017

By Dr. Subhash Kapila

The Indian Republic faces today a hostile military environment with two of its major military threats having coalesced raising spectre of war at short notice which thus militates against any tinkering with existing operational “Commands “of the three Services.

South China Sea Trade-Off between American and Chinese Presidents 2017?

Paper No. 6258                                 Dated 15-May-2017

By Dr Subhash Kaila

Reviewing the developments in the wake of the first meeting in April 2017 between US President Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping it seemingly appears on analysis that the United States has made a trade-off with China on the South China Sea in exchange for Chinese pressures on North Korea to roll back its nuclear weapons programme.

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