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India’s Foreign Policy 2012: A Critical Review in Relation to China and Pakistan Military Threats

 

Paper No. 5388                                        Dated 11-Feb-2013

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations

India’s foreign policy successes cannot be measured by the number of foreign dignitaries visiting India annually, from Presidents to Prime Ministers, or hosting international conferences in New Delhi. This would be a delusionary deduction to draw as such beelines were visible also in the hey-day of the equally delusionary days of the Non Alignment era. What was the end result?

Myanmar-China Relations – Post Myitsone Suspension

Paper No. 5380                                                    Dated 28-Jan2013

By C. S. Kuppuswamy

This paper may please be read in conjunction with Paper No. 4833 dated 29.12.2011 “Myanmar Balancing Relations with US and China” by the same author.

Introduction

Tiananmen Square & Vijay Chowk Student Protests

Paper No. 5346                                                             Dated 02-Jan-2013

To

The Editor,
"Global Times”
Beijing.

Sir,

I read with interest a commentary by Lin Xu, in your edition of December 30, 2012, making some negative remarks about the state of India as a liberal democracy in the wake of the widespread public protests, particularly by the students of Delhi against the gang-rape of a 23-year-old girl in a private bus on the night of December 16, 2012.

Xi Jinping to promote Political reforms in China?

Paper No. 5343                                                          Dated 31-Dec-2012

Guest Column by Dr. B R Deepak

Wen Jiabao, the outgoing premier has been the strongest votary of political reforms in China in recent times. Wen had joined the student protesters at Tian Anmen with the then Party Secretary, Zhao Zeyang, who was equally sympathetic about the cause of the students, and political reforms being one of their demands.

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