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Can China Ever Be an Alternative?

Paper No. 6765                                Dated 14-Mar-2021

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

  Decades back when the US reigned supreme in the aftermath of the Second World War, given both the political, moral and economic character that the world, many parts were yet under colonial rule, must follow, none had the courage including the European allies whose interests coincided with those of the US, to oppose the dictat.

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Nepal:PM Oli sticks to his seat despite the Court Ruling:

Paper No. 6764                       Dated 14-Mar-2021
by Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
In the Nepalese media there is a very good article on Oli and his antics under the caption “Politics, Olitics and Ethics.”
 
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Middle East 2021 Changing Geopolitical Landscape & the United States

Paper No. 6763                          Dated 7-Mar-2021
By Dr Subhash Kapila
The Middle East Region in 2021 presents a complicated kaleidoscope
of churning of established geopolitical patterns and military
alignments as the United States and Russia jostle for influence with
China joining in substantively. Major regional States like Saudi
Arabia, Turkey and Iran and Israel also reflect the same churn
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Myanmar: A Month after the Military Coup- Protests continue despite brutal crackdown

Paper No. 6762                             Dated 4-Mar-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Pakistan: Still ‘Under Increased Monitoring’ of FATF

Paper No. 6761                                 Dated 3- Mar- 2021
By K.M. Seethi 
 

Indian Subcontinent 2021 Global Geopolitical Dynamics Weighted in Favour of India

Paper No. 6760                   Dated 1-Mar-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India perceptionaly emerges tall in 2021 resulting from the global geopolitical dynamics in play in the Indian Subcontinent. India emerging geopolitically tall in the global geopolitical calculus is recognition of its political stability, its economic resurgent growth and its power-packed Indian Armed Forces, capitalisd under PM Modi.

Nepal:Supreme Court Verdict- Dissolution Unconstitutional- Oli deflated

Paper No. 6759                  Dated 27-Feb-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In a landmark judgement, the full Bench of the Supreme Court in declaring the House dissolution as unconstitutional, ordered that the Parliament should be convened within the next thirteen days.
 
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