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China: On Li Keqiang’s Government Work Report 2014

Paper No. 5662                                    Dated 10-Mar-2014

Guest Column by Prof. B. R. Deepak

Premier Li’s government work report at Wednesday’s opening session of China’s annual session of the National People’s Congress comes three days after the Kunming railway station carnage allegedly carried out by the militants from the restive region of Xinjiang.

China’s Advent on Global Superpower Scene - An Applied Perspective of Power Transition Theory

Paper No. 5593                                        Dated 06-Nov-2013

Guest Column by Dr Sheo Nandan Pandey & Prof. Hem Kusum


China’s immanent rise as global superpower in the debate is broadly anchored on A.F.K Organski’s power transition theory in general and George Modelski’s Long Cycle theory within the over all ambit of constructs of realism and/ or structural realism in international relations (IR).

Can Bangladesh Complete The Revolution?

Paper No. 5579                                        Dated 15-Oct-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

Elections for the 10th Jatiyo Sanshad (Parliament) is to be held any time between October 24 and January 24 next year. The Awami League led grand alliance is set to complete its five years term. The BNP led 18th party alliance is firm till now that it will boycott the elections unless a caretaker form of neutral government is reestablished to conduct the elections.

Bhutan: Tobgay Government makes a good beginning: Update No. 100

Note No. 694                                    Dated 16-Sep-2013

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

The Tobgay government has begun well. The Prime Minister’s visit to India between August 30 and September 2 was very successful and he was able to get an assurance from India that all his requirements will be met in full.

Sri Lanka: Character of Rajapakse political-economy

Paper No. 5559                                 Dated 16-Sep-2013

By Dr. Kumar David

Leader of the Samasamja Party, Prof. Tissa Vitarana has since the IMF began to influence economic policy described it as a trend to neoliberalism.

IP Gas Pipeline: A road to stability

Paper No. 5547                                         Dated 19-Aug-2013

Guest Column by Muhammad Nawaz Khan

Pakistan is facing an acute energy crisis and there is a huge gap in demand and supply. Pakistan, being an energy deficient country, is hugely suffering both economically and socially.

India/Pakistan/Bangladesh-: How long should we live in the Past?

Paper No. 5544         Dated 18-Aug-2013

Guest Column: By Kazi Anwarul Masud 

The line of control along Jammu & Kashmir is being violated repeatedly. India accuses Pakistan of the violations that is denied by Pakistan.


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