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CHINA-INDIA FRIENDSHIP IS NOT A ONE WAY STREET: An Analysis.

 

Paper 749                                                       30.07.2003

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations: The Indian Prime Minister’s visit to China in June 2003 was a genuine attempt on India’s part to de-freeze the underlying chill in China-India relations which has persisted for the last four decades. 

Bhutan- the Refugee question- An update

 

Note No. 8                                          19.1.1999

Dr.S.Chandrasekharan.                                         

US, TAIWAN, CHINA- A Foreign Policy Case Study

 

Paper 858                                                      11.12.2003

Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt       

The Problem of Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal- Role for India?

 

Note No. 4                                      08.10.1998

Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

Kargil Committee Report and Intelligence

Note No. 91

CHINESE STRATEGY : Lessons for India

 

Paper 875                                                        31.12.2003

Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt

REVOLUTION IN INTELLIGENCE MATTERS (RIM)

Paper No. 7

by B. Raman 

What has been described by strategic analysts as the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA), due to the strides in the information and communication technologies, has been accompanied by a similar, but as yet inadequately analysed Revolution in Intelligence Matters (RIM) . 

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