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SOUTH ASIA AND CHINA’S POLICY RECORD: An Analysis

 Paper no. 387    04. 01. 2002

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

(The views are those of the author)

China’s Single Point Agenda in South Asia: Historical review of China’s policy record in South Asia indicates that China has followed a single point agenda in the last 50 years or so. China intruded into South Asia in 1950 itself by its military occupation of Tibet which was facilitated by the United States and the West’s pre-occupation with the Korean War.

WEST ASIA’S CHANGING STRATEGIC DYNAMICS: An Analysis

Paper No. 695                                             20/05/2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila

West Asia, as a strategic sub-system of the world, encompasses what in the heyday of the British Empire was termed as the Near East and the Middle East. In the West this region rests on the Eastern Mediterranean and in the East on Afghanistan. 

IRAN: An Osirak in the Offing?

Paper No. 700                                                 29/05/2003

by B. Raman

CONGO - A never ending litany of wars, famines, death and misery for its people.

Paper No. 705                                                                 04/06/2003

by K.Gajendra Singh 

Slaughter at Ituri

UN SECURITY COUNCIL PERMANENT SEAT

Paper No. 826                                                            31/10/2003

 Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt

Is it the judgment seat on the throne of Vikramaditya or a berth on the underwater deck of the Titanic? The permanent seats were allocated after the Second World War by the victors to the most powerful nations of the allied coalition.  This is why America, Britain,

THE AFGHAN PLANE HIJACKING

 

The reported hijacking of a plane of Afghanistan's Ariana Airlines, while on a domestic flight from Kabul to Mazar-e-Sharif, is the second major act of terrorism in Taliban-controlled territory.

US Bombing of Terrorist Camps in Afghanistan

 

by B.Raman

Certain Basic Facts About Osama Alias Osman Bin Laden

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