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CHINA AND INDIA CROSS THE THRESHOLD: Indian Prime Minister's Visit to China June 2003.

 

Paper 728                                                       30.06.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila 

This is another perspective of PM's Visit to China-Director

FBI in New Delhi

Note No.36
 

[ Some may have missed the Hindustan Times front page story by Jay Raina on 22 September 1999. It is reproduced at the end. ]

The story is too brief and does not give much details, but it is probably due to the nature of the story. It may also be due to the fact that the country is in what is quaintly described as "election mode".

BHUTAN- update No. 4

 

 

SOUTH ASIA CONFLICT RESOLUTION APPROACHES OF CHINA AND PAKISTAN: A Comparative Analysis

 

Paper 735                                                       15.07.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila

Introductory Background: South Asia of late is often being quoted in political and academic analyses of the West as one of the world’s highly sensitive conflictual regions. This more so after 1998 when India and Pakistan emerged as overt nuclear weapons powers. 

BHUTAN- Time for a New Initiative

 

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.                                         

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