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Myanmar: Elections- 2020- Can the NLD led by Suu Kyi Repeat the Landslide?

Paper No. 6616                           Dated 6-July-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
Late on Monday night of June 1st, the Election Commission of Myanmar announced that the upcoming General elections for all categories will be held in November.  This included 330 seats for the Lower House, 168 for the Upper House, 644 seats for State and Regional Parliaments and 29 for ethnic entities bringing the total to 1171Parliamentary Seats up for grabs.
 

China: Taming the Dragon

Paper No. 6615                       Dated 6-July-2020

Guest Column:  By Gurvinder Singh

Myanmar: Army Chief Hints at Chinese Meddling in Ethnic Conflict:

Paper No. 6614                    Dated 5-July-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
In my earlier paper 6497 of 20th September 2019, titled “Renewed Fighting by Northern Alliance - Is China Part of Problem”, I had stated that there is an increasing suspicion and expressed by some even in Myanmar that China is not doing enough and does want to do enough either in bringing to an end the ethnic conflict in Myanmar. ( Shown as Annexure)
 

China’s Indian Ocean Dilemma

Paper No. 6613                         Dated 3-July-2020

Guest Column By Balasubramanian C

Nuclear Strategy in South Asia: A Facade of Peace between India and Pakistan

Paper No. 6612                       Dated 3-July-2020

By Aviral Goenka 

How has nuclear weapons influenced India-Pakistan crises since the late 1990s?

China-India Violent Face off in Eastern Ladakh may 2020:

Paper No. 6611     Dated 3-July-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila.

(These were the views expressed at the International Seminar at Allahabad University)

Allahabad University organised an International Webinar on “Recent Violent Faceoff with China on LAC: Solutions & Prospects” on June 27-28 2020. Key Speakers included Professor Harsh V Pant ORF, Professor Swaran Singh JNU. Mr JigmeyTsultrin Coordinator India Tibet Coordination Forum and Dr Subhash Kapila.

Nepal: PM Oli on his way out? Is NCP Splitting?

Paper No. 6610                        Dated 1-July-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
It was a disastrous week fo Prime Minister Oli.  His nationalistic rhetoric had no takers in his party and most of the Standing Committee members were unequivocal in demanding his resignation not only the post of Party Chairman but also the post of Prime Minister in the last meeting held on 30th June.
 
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