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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. 

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. 

US, TAIWAN, CHINA- A Foreign Policy Case Study

 

Paper 858                                                      11.12.2003

Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt       

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) . 

Revamp of Pakistani Intelligence

Paper No. 27

A revamp of the Pakistani intelligence community is underway. 

NEED FOR NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE ADVISER

 

 

Paper No.84

Threats to national security could be external and internal, overt and covert, direct and indirect and conventional and non-conventional.

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