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Nepal: Escalates border dispute with India by Amending Its Constitution:

Paper No. 6585                                    Dated 25-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
The Law Ministry of Nepal has now registered with the Parliament Secretariat  an amendment bill to Article 9 (2) of the 2015 Constitution substituting the new map that includes all the contested territories in the Kalapani area. 
 

Pakistan goes ahead with Diamer-Basha Dam in POK with China’s Collusion:

 Paper No. 6584                                 Dated 22-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
On 14th May, Pakistan signed a Rs 442 Billion (Pak. Rupees) contract for a joint venture with China Power and Frontier Works Organisation (FWC).  The Pakistan Company FWC is a commercial arm of Pakistan Military.
 
This was gone through despite India’s objections in the past and was once again reiterated the next day.  
 

Nepal: Border claim over Lipu lekh Area Gets Ugly:

Paper No. 6582                               Dated 21-May-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 

Myanmar: Officially hands over 22 Indian Insurgents for the first time:

Paper No. 6581                          Dated 20-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
For the first time, the Myanmar Government formally handed over 22 Indian insurgents from the North East  to the Indian Consul General at Hkmati airport on the 16th of May this year.
 

Pakistan & China Escalate Border Tensions with India:

Paper No. 6577                             Dated 14-May-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan and China have noticeably escalated tensions along the LOC and LAC with India in My 2020 whether by coordinated design or just inadvertently. In my assessment either way the timing of simultaneous escalations need probing.

India’s Inescapable Strategic Imperative 2020- The ‘Quad’ Option

Paper No. 6551       Dated 20-Mar-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India for all purposes is virtually a full-fledged and active proponent of the Indo Pacific strategic grouping ‘The QUAD’ comprising United States, Japan, Australia and India but India imparts it with muted diplomatic tones so as not to raise China’s hackles against which ‘The QUAD’ is pointedly intended at and structured for in operational concepts.

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US President Trump’s India Visit-Geopolitically Significant:

Paper No. 6541 .                Dated 14-Feb-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila    

US President Trump’s first visit to India on February 25, 2020 is highly significant geopolitically when churning global politics presents unpredictable power templates and challenging strategic uncertainties to both the United States and India too, mainly generated by China not emerging as a responsible stakeholder in Indo Pacific security.

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