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Turkey’s Perceptional Geopolitical Downslide under President Erdogan

Paper No. 6688    Dated 29-Sep-2060

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Geopolitics focuses on political power and international relations and in the case of Turkey under President Erdogan there is a perceptible geopolitical decline chiefly arising from pursuit of Ottomanesque imperial impulses that have cost Tukey strained regional and global relations.

Corona Virus (Wuhan) and the Chinese Hypocrisy:

Paper No. 6687                    Dated 25-Sep-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
On 23rd September,Xi Jinping  spoke at the United National General Assembly (virtual) meeting. His speech mostly covered the Covid 19 Virus and how China is actively involved with the international fight against Covid 19 and how China has contributed its share for upholding global public health security.
 

Myanmar: Election Scenario:

Paper No. 6686                      Dated 22- Sep-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
Despite suggestions from various parties but not the Ruling Party for postponement due to the spread of Wuhan Virus, the Union Election Commission declared that the Elections will take place on November 8th as scheduled.
 

China and India in an Unprecedented ‘State of War’ in September 2020

Paper No. 6685                             Dated 22-Sep-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China and India are in an unprecedented ‘State of War’ in September 2020 going by the military operational situation of massed Chinese Army and Indian Army Divisions confrontation on India’s Himalayan Borders with China Occupied Tibet.

India's Sri Lanka War: Intelligence Perspectives

Paper No. 6684                      Dated 20- Sep-2020

Col R Hariharan VSM (Retd.)

(This Paper was presented eleven years ago.  But the points mentioned are still relevant for those Scholars and Military Officials  interested in Strategic Issues- Director)

1.0   Introduction

Sri Lanka: Constitutional Amendment in the dog-box

Paper No. 6683                     Dated 20- Sep-2020

By Prof. Kumar David

Minorities in India :

Paper No. 6682                         Dated 16-Sep-2020

By Kazi Anwarul Masud- (Former Secretary and Ambassador of Bangladesh.)

Throughout history minorities have faced with discriminations, of different forms, based on language, clans, tribes, and most importantly religion.

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