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RUSSIA- CHINA-INDIA TRIANGLE STRATEGICALLY INADVISABLE: An Analysis

Paper No. 408                                        06/02/2002

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

CHECHNYA CONTINUES TO BLEED

Paper No. 573                               30/12/2002

by B. Raman

PAKISTAN PRESIDENT’S VISIT TO RUSSIA: AN ANALYSIS

Paper No. 600                                                      06/02/2003

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Pakistan Elated: Pakistan’s military ruler, General Pervez Musharraf is on a three day state visit to Russia presently i.e. the first week of February 2003. Pakistan is greatly elated on the Pakistani President’s visit to Russia for the following reasons: 

* Pakistan’s President was invited by the Russian President. 

* It was the first visit by a Pakistan President in the last thirty years. 

AERIAL INCIDENTS IN RUSSIA

Paper No. 1098                         25/08/2004

by B.Raman

While it would be premature to make a definitive assessment of the aerial incidents in Russia involving the mysterious crashing of one plane and the disappearance of another after the reported despatch of a distress signal, there is a growing possibility of the incidents being acts of terrorism.

TERRORISM: THE RUSSIAN ORDEAL

Paper No. 1109                                           06/09/2004

by B.Raman 

(AUTHOR’S PERSONAL IMPRESSIONS DURING A VISIT TO MOSCOW FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO 3, 2004) 

Russia and its people have been the victims of four terrorist strikes of the International Islamic Front (IIF) since August 24, 2004, resulting in the horrible deaths of about 450 innocent civilians, many of them young children. 

THE BESLAN JIHADI CARNAGE & AFTER

Paper No. 1110                                                    08/09/2004

by B.Raman 

(AUTHOR’S PERSONAL IMPRESSIONS AFTER A VISIT TO MOSCOW FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO 3, 2004) 

From the available facts of the jihadi terrorist carnage at the North Ossetian town of Beslan in Russia on September 3, 2004, the following reconstruction is possible:

Resurgent Russia: And A Re-heating of the Cold War

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