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Miniature India in Far Away Suriname

Paper No. 5928                                 Dated 07-May-2015

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

The Antar Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad (Indian Council for International Co-operation) in furtherance of its objective of promoting connectivity with the Indian Diaspora, organized a Baithak Gaana (musical evening) by artists from Suriname on April 27, 2015 in New Delhi. The function was organized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Suriname.

Necessity for Justice and Identity Politics

Paper No. 5876                                 Dated 23-Feb-2015

Guest Column by Kazi Anwarul Masud

Perhaps the leaders of the world may wish to look back to the events of a century back that caused the world millions of lives and untold misery of the First World War (Oxford University International History Professor Margaret Macmillan-Rhyme of History).

Economic and Geo-Political Prognosis for 2015

Paper No. 5856                                 Dated 12-Jan-2015

Guest Column by Dr. Rajesh Tembarai Krishnamachari and Srividya Kannan Ramachandran

Abstract:

The re-moderation of the world economy set in place over the past few years continues apace. Notwithstanding some lasting damage on the supply side through the 2008 recessionary trough, our outlook for 2015 is bullish weighing more on optimistic data trends than on continued negative sentiment proffered from some analyst quarters.

Is Regime Change Good for Orderly Global System

Paper No. 5758                                          Dated 01-Aug-2014

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

When Cold War ended some influential Americans thought that time has come for an orderly global system, through inducement and if necessary through regime change. It is widely believed that the term "regime change" was coined by Bill Clinton and popularized by his Presidential successor George W Bush with reference to the regime of Saddam Hussein.

A Mistaken Identity: Muslim Radicalism as a Complex Phenomenon

Paper No 5734                            Dated 27-Jun-2014

Guest Column By Moorthy S. Muthuswamy Ph.D.(The views expressed are author's own)

If the above premise holds true, the coming years promise a new and potentially fruitful approach to mitigating the threat of ever-growing violent Muslim radicalism.

First, some background.

Piketty, Maito and Marx

Paper No. 5716                                         Dated 04-Jun-2014

Guest Column by Kumar David

Thomas Piketty has done a splendid job validating one of Marx’s key expectations that relatively the rich will get richer and the poor poorer. However, after saying ‘thank you very much’ many Marxists are savaging him. Maybe they feel reinvigorated these post-2008 days and show little mercy to deviants.

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