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Power Struggle in East Asia

 

Paper No. 5241                                                            03-Oct-2012

By Bhaskar Roy

The China-Japan conflict over the sovereignty of Diaoyu/Senkaku chain of islands in the East China Sea is almost over a month old now.  Such confrontations are not new.  But none before lasted so long. This time, the two countries clashed at the highest level.  Both have started gathering support from friendly countries to their point of view.  Neither side is willing to stand down even an inch.  Full military show of flag has come into play.

Strategic Lessons from China-Japan Stand Off

 

Paper No. 5234                                                                                      30-Sept-2012

By Bhaskar Roy

There is a serious question whether the ongoing face off between China and Japan would determine the future of the Asia-Pacific Region (APR)?

China-Afghanistan Security Liaison

 

Paper No. 5229                                                                   29-Sept-2012

By B. Raman

The internal security services of China and Afghanistan signed a formal agreement at Kabul on September 22, 2012, to have a liaison relationship between them. The agreement, inter alia, provides for exchange of security-related intelligence, counter-terrorism co-operation and training of Afghan police officers by China.

China-Afghanistan Security Liaison

 

Paper No. 5229                                                                   29-Sept-2012

By B. Raman

The internal security services of China and Afghanistan signed a formal agreement at Kabul on September 22, 2012, to have a liaison relationship between them. The agreement, inter alia, provides for exchange of security-related intelligence, counter-terrorism co-operation and training of Afghan police officers by China.

Understanding China’s Military Diplomacy

 

Paper No. 5222                                                         18-Sept-2012

By D. S. Rajan

CHINA OUTMANOEUVRES INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY IN SOUTH ASIA

 

Paper No. 5213                                                                           13-Sept-2012

By Dr. Subhash Kapila 

FAULTY STRATEGY OF CONGRESS: The need to adjust with times

Paper No.207                        06.03.2001

by R.Upadhyay

It is sad to see the once mighty Congress getting marginalised.  In the past the party was led by giants whose integrity and sincerity were unquestionable.  Today it is led by pygmies and worse still, the party has not moved with times but is living on its past glory. Will the congress switch over from its "self destructive mode?" Director

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