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Sri Lanka Violates UN Law of the Seas:

Paper No. 6738                                Dated 23-Jan-2021

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement: Challenges for India

Paper No. 6722                   Dated 1-Jan-2021

By Vandana Mishra

Myanmar: How to deal with a Bully like China?

Paper No. 6721                       Dated 1-Jan-2021
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
Not so long ago, Irrawady in its editorial of 11th August, expressed its fears about China as follows.  It said that at that time, that  the Chinese weapons and economic influence are both spreading in Myanmar and the day may not be far off when China’s shadow will become so big that it will completely engulf Myanmar.
 

Bhutan: Managing Wuhan Virus and its Adverse Impact:

Paper No. 6711                    Dated 13-Dec-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
For smaller countries, while managing the spread of Wuhan Virus (Covid 19) could be efficiently done, its impact on the economy is a major challenge.  Bhutan is no exception. But with a disciplined population, good leadership and a benign King, the country has managed successfully to contain the Virus and manage the economy to the extent possible.
 

Myanmar: NLD of Suu Kyi has an overwhelming Victory: Time for Reconciliation

Paper No. 6705                                             Dated 17-Nov-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
It is now official.  Defying all predictions, the National League for Democracy (NLD) of Suu Kyi has swept the polls with 258 and 138 in the Lower and Upper Houses respectively, thus exceeding its own performance in the 2015 elections (390). In all it has won 920 seats that include the Lower and Upper Houses, the State and Regional Parliaments and in Ethnic Affairs ministers.

Can India be the Leader of South Asia?

Paper No. 6673                      Dated 31-Aug-2020
By Kazi Anwarul Masud (Former Secretary & Ambassador of Bangladesh.)
 
Several trends of thought are circulating in India today, prominent
among those are, whether India should be the leader of South Asia or
look inwards towards more development –both economically, culturally,
and militarily to face the growing threat of Chinese soft and hard

Maldives: Countering Chinese Challenges in Indian Ocean

Paper No 6669                Dated 22-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

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