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Mandate and Governance

Paper No. 1008                                                 26/05/2004

Guest Column-By Moorthy Muthuswamy 

The general anti-incumbent nature of the recent election results and poor voting levels point to a lack of trust in leadership, and by extension, the democratic system. The majority of voters have yet to witness competent governing – defined by improving living standards and security -- with an India under an increasing onslaught by terrorists of fall hues.

KARGIL REVISITED AND INDIA’S WAR PREPAREDNESS

Paper no. 734         10. 07. 2003

 

by Dr Subhash Kapila

Here is a view from a person with military/intelligence background and is not the institutional view of SAAG.   Director

CRESCENT CRISIS & IMPLICATIONS

Paper No. 1042                                                  02/07/2004

Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt

There is a seething cauldron of witches brew stretching from Saudi Arabia, Iraq to Afghanistan and Pakistan with no resolution in sight for the foreseeable future and with cataclysmic implications for the rest of the world. 

ISRAEL-INDIA STRATEGIC COOPERATION AND PRIME MINISTER SHARON’S VISIT: The Added Dimensions.

Paper no. 777    02. 09. 2003

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Note: The contextual background for this paper is provided by the following earlier papers of the author:

1. “ India-Israel Relations: The Imperatives for Enhanced Strategic Cooperation”. SAAG Paper No 131 dated 1-8-2000

2. “ India’s Pay Back time To Israel”. SAAG Paper No 442 dated 10-4-2002. 

INDIA DEFINES HER STRATEGIC FRONTIERS: An Analysis

Paper no. 823           04. 11. 2003

 

by Dr Subhash Kapila.

India’s strategic and security 2004 imperatives

Paper no.884        06. 01. 2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory observations: India begins 2004 with a feel-good factor of a buoyant economy with appreciable rates of economic growth recognized by international monetary institutions. Politically, the South Asian Security environment may change less confrontationist if the current rhetoric on peace initiatives by Pakistan are equally matched by translating them into concrete actions in the ground. 

INDIA’S NEW "COLD START" WAR DOCTRINE STRATEGICALLY REVIEWED

 Paper no. 991         04. 05. 2004

 

by Dr Subhash Kapila

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