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De-Consolidating Democracy- Role of SAARC

Paper No. 6667               Dated 20-Aug-2020                              

By  Kazi Anwarul Masud, Former Secretary and Ambassador of Bangladesh,   

Through out history men have been trying to express themselves to declare his existence.

Albeit these efforts were thwarted by events beyond his control or even with their own volition because they conditions they wanted to change were beyond their capacity or tradition made them accept the situation that prevailed at that time.  

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Sidelights on making of India-Sri Lanka Accord 1987: Book Review*

Paper No. 6666     Dated 19-Aug-2020

By Col R Hariharan

*[Haksar on India’s Sri Lanka Policy, authors: Prof V Suryanarayanan and Dr Ashik J Bonofer, 2020, Published by Centre for Asia Studies and Book Venture, Chennai-600035, India. Price: Rs 200]

Myanmar in the tight grip of China:

Paper No 6664                             Dated 18-Aug-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
It is an open secret that Myanmar politically, economically and in the ongoing ethnic conflicts is totally beholden to China.  This is understood not only by the Civilian Government and the Army but also by the people from all walks of life in   Myanmar.
 

Pakistan’s Endeavour to Internationalize Kashmir:

Paper no. 6663                    Dated 17-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

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The Great Game - Why Britain partitioned India?

Paper No. 6661                        Dated 15-Aug-2020

By Gurvinder Singh

Rich in every aspect, India is a land that has always been coveted by every power and wealth hungry empire and despot. Empires came and went plundering what they could, but it was the wily British who institutionalised it for exploitation.

It was the 'Jewel in the crown' of the British Empire, and every effort was made to retain, expand its hold on India.

Nepal-India Relations on a “Reset” Button"?

Paper No. 6660                         Dated 15-Aug-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
Today, Prime Minister Modi and Oli, the PM of Nepal had a 15 minutes of telephonic conversation.
 
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China:Another Debt Trap - BRI’s Predatory Nature Stands Exposed in Maldives

Paper No. 6659                       Dated 14-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

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