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China’s President Externally & Internally Besieged- 2019

Paper No. 6520                   Dated 3- Dec-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Perceptionaly as 2019 is ending, China’s 21st Century Emperor President Xi Jinping seemingly invincible with masterly control of all Party and Government organs under his absolute command seems to be losing that aura by being both externally and internally besieged that  has serious implications  for regional and global security and stability.

United States Prime Threat in 2020s is China and Not Russia:

Paper No. 6507                             Dated 2-Nov-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

In the 2020s, the United States will be presented with a challenging policy predicament to decide which is the ‘Prime Threat’ to United States national interests—China or Russia? United States won First Cold War with Former Soviet Union but in 2020s can United States win evolving Cold War with China without a ‘Russia Reset’ policy?

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Nepal: Xi Jinping’s Visit:Looking for Strategic Partnership?

Paper No. 6506               Dated . 18-Oct-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Xi Jinping , President of China visited Nepal on his way back from Mamallapuram for two days from 12th October.

Prime Minister Oli in his twitter message described the visit as “immensely successful”. On the other hand, the Chinese side would have been disappointed that they could not get Nepal sign the extradition treaty on which they were very keen.

China-India Himalayan Divergences Unscaleable by Chennai Connect

Paper No. 6505               Dated 14-Oct-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Geopolitically in 2019 it would be a truism for China to accept that India is no longer a strategic push-over as despite China’s massive asymmetries in relative military and economic power the same cannot be translated into geopolitical power warranting China to continue with its South Asia policies with “Pakistan-Centrality” fixations.

China-India Informal Summit-Wuhan 2.0 October 2019 in India is a non-event.

Paper No. 6503                   Dated 5-Oct-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Chinese President Xi Jinping-Indian PM Modi meet scheduled outside Chennai, India on October 10-13 2019 as a follow-up to Wuhan Informal Summit in China is headed to be a ‘Non-Event’ rich in optics but low in substance as China’s recent geopolitical stances on issues of concern to India have been adversarial.

South Asia Geo Political Dynamics and China-Pakistan Axis Perspectives- 2020s.

Paper No. 6499                  Dated 25-Sep-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

South Asia geopolitical dynamics as it enters the 2020s is destined to be dominated by an increasingly confrontationist China-Pakistan Axis being countered by India as a rising Emerged Power reinforced by India’s centrality in the  Indo Pacific Security Template revolving around the nearly two decades-old US-India Strategic Partnership acquiring intense proximate contours.

Myanmar-Renewed Fighting by Northern Alliance- Is China part of the problem?

Paper no 6497             Dated  20-Sep-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.

Despite declaration of “unilateral” cease fire by both sides, there has been intensive fighting between the three groups of the Northern Alliance- the TNLA, MNDAA and the AA- the Arakan Army with the Myanmar Army- Tatmadaw.

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