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Indo Pacific Region: The Gathering Conflictual Storm- Mid 2020

Paper No. 6574                              Dated 9-May-2020

By Dr. Subash Kapila

The United States would not be far wrong in perceptively viewing the China-originated and China-suppression of information on the Wuhan Virus 2019 outbreak resulting in nearly 70,000 US citizens dead and US economy losing trillions of dollars as akin to the Japanese Pearl Harbour attack on United States leading to United States opening its biggest World War II offensives in Asia Pacific.

The Battle with Corona Virus:

Paper No. 6564              Dated 19-April-2020
BY Kazi Anwarul Masud:( Former Secretary and Ambassador of Bangladesh:)
 
Best brains of the world are yet to tell us when the world will be
free from scourge of Covit-19. But the leaders and highly prized
intellectuals are already worried if the institutions created in post-
second world war and after the fall of the Berlin Wall would

Afghanistan's US-Taliban Peace Deal Perceptionally Unsustainable.

Paper No. 6547                           Dated 8-Mar-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Afghanistan’s much awaited US-Taliban peace deal signed over last weekend perceptionaly emerges as unsustainable as it stands signed under weight of contemporary political pressures on both United States and the Taliban with extreme mutual distrust of each other’s warring opponents still menacingly hovering  above the prospects.

The Challenges Facing the World Today: The case of Bangladesh

Paper No. 6545                 Dated 23-Feb-2020

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

India-Bangladesh: Sharing of waters of Feni River- A historical Event:

Paper No. 6524            Dated 17-Dec-2019

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

After more than two decades India and Bangladesh signed a major MoU on sharing of waters of the Feni River.  Accoring to this agreement India is allowed to draw 1.82 Cusecs of water from Feni to the border town of Sabroom to augment the water supplies for the town.

The last agreement signed between India and Bangladesh was in sharing of Ganga waters in 1996- the Farakka and the agreement is still holding good.

india- Federal Units and the Making of India's Neighbourhood Policy- A Welcome Change!

Paper No 6508               Dated 4-Nov-2019

By Porf. V. Suryanarayan.

China-India Himalayan Divergences Unscaleable by Chennai Connect

Paper No. 6505               Dated 14-Oct-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Geopolitically in 2019 it would be a truism for China to accept that India is no longer a strategic push-over as despite China’s massive asymmetries in relative military and economic power the same cannot be translated into geopolitical power warranting China to continue with its South Asia policies with “Pakistan-Centrality” fixations.

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