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Sri Lanka: Book-Haksar on India’s Sri Lanka’s Policy: of Prof. Suryanarayan & Dr. Ashik Bonofer,

Paper No.  6679                     Dated 9-Sep-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
We have so far published three Reviews on the book titled “Haksar on India’s Sri Lanka Policy” by three learned individuals and these have raised a few questions that need to be clarified.
 
The title of book is rather misleading as it mainly deals with the developments in Sri Lanka during the ethnic crisis post July 1983 riots.  It is unique in one sense- as it is a “book on a book”

India’s Endeavour at Recalibrating ties with Iran

Paper No. 6678                  Dated 6-Sep-2020

By Vandana Mishra

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Re-alignment within the Ummah- Pakistani and Arab Reactions to a Turkish TV series

Paper No.6677                         Dated 6-Sep-2020

By Dr. Rajesh T. Krishnamachari

Haksar on India's Sri Lanka Policy

Paper No. 6676                             Dated 3-Sep-2020
Review of the Book of Prof. V. Suryanarayan and Dr. Ashik Bonofer By P.S. Ramachandran
 
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China-Iran Strategic Partnership Agreement - Geopolitical Implications Analysed

Paper No. 6675                       Dated 2- Sep-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China-Iran Strategic Partnership Agreement whose Draft was leaked in public domain some weeks back may appear at first sight to be a game-changer  in Middle East geopolitics  but when analysed minutely it appears to be beset with innumerable geopolitical imponderables which could weigh heavily against it in its end-game success intended by China and Iran.

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Sino- Myanmar Pauk-Phaw Relationship under Strain?

Paper No. 6674                        Dated 2-Sep-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.
 
It looks that of late, the much talked about Pauk-Phaw  relationship between Myanmar and China is under strain.  This Pauk-Phaw that means fraternal relationship was hailed as the centre piece of the relationship by no one less than Xi Jinping during his visit to Myanmar recently  in January this year. 
 

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

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