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India and Indonesia -Down Memory Lane

Paper No 6740                     Dated 24-Jan-2021

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

US President Biden’s South Asia Foreign Policy Minefield

Paper No. 6739                               Dated 23-Jan-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

South Asia in 2021 has emerged as a geopolitical minefield where the strategic landscape has twisted on its head reducing United States to be challenged by China & Pakistan, put together, which till a decade back figured in positive contours in US policy formulations on South Asia.

Sri Lanka Violates UN Law of the Seas:

Paper No. 6738                                Dated 23-Jan-2021

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

The Enrica Lexie case and the stakes of coastal states in India

Paper No. 6733                       dated 15-Jan-2021
 
By K.M. Seethi  
 

China’s Six Decades of Unremitting Offensive Military Adventurism Calls for Indian Foreign Policy Reset

Paper No 6725                                   Dated 5-Jan-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China defying global geopolitical dynamics heavily weighted against China and in favour of India has been engaged since May 2020 in unprovoked military escalation and armed clashes in Eastern Ladakh. Chinese triumphal arrogance against India calls for an urgent reset of India’s China-policy.

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Postal Ballot for Non Resident Indians: Need for Introspection

Paper no. 6723            Dated 4-Jan-2021

By M.R. Sivaraman and V. Suryanarayan

Russia is No Longer a Strategic Asset for India’s Foreign Policy—Contemporary Trends 2020

Paper No. 6719                              Dated 29-Dec-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Perceptionaly, in 2020, analysing by contemporary trends of Russia positioned in a virtual military alliance with China, it loses its worth to Indian foreign policy as a ‘Strategic Asset’. Russia ceases to be even an existential counterweight for India against China’s contemporary military adventurism.

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