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Chah Bahar Tripartite Agreement Signals New Geopolitical Power-Play

Paper No. 6120                                    Dated 30-May-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The Chah Bahar Tripartite Agreement signed in Tehran on May 23 2016 between India, Iran and Afghanistan during PM Modi’s Iran visit signals the dawn of a new power- play though essentially economic initially, but with geopolitical implications.

The unfolding dimensions of recent developments in South China Sea

Paper No. 6113                                 Dated 13-May-2016

Guest Column by Commodore RS Vasan IN Retd.

The initialreaction of the USA to review its invitation to China to participate in the forthcoming RIMPAC could be seen as a response to the turning away of the request to dock an aircraft carrier in Hongkong earlier this month.

Xi Jinping: “Cabals and Cliques” – in the Communist Party of China (CPC)

Paper No. 6110                                  Dated 06-May-2016

By Bhaskar Roy                    

In a scathing speech to a plenary session of CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) in January this year, China’s President Xi Jinping, who is also the general secretary of the CPC Central Committee warned of “cabals and cliques” in the communist party, and the party’s fight against corruption, saying “it is not a ‘House of Cards’ power struggle” (Xinhua May 3, 2016).

China’s 21st Century Emperor and its Implications for India

Paper No. 6109                                 Dated 03-May-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China’s 21st Century Emperor emerges in the persona of President Xi Jinping who unprecedently in a short time-span has assumed total control of all Chinese military organs which create implications for Indian security.

Politics of China’s Military Reorganization

Paper No. 6092                                Dated 30-Mar-2016

By Bhaskar Roy

South China Sea Disputes Merits Geneva –Model International Conference

Paper No. 6073                                 Dated 10-Feb-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

China with its illegal occupation of Paracels and Spratly Islands followed by conflict escalation in enlarging its military control over the entire South China Sea expanse by wholesale construction of military facilities on artificial islands on reclaimed coral reefs poses a serious threat to Indo Pacific and global security and that merits an international response.

New Law Signals China’s Intentions to accelerate its International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation

Paper No. 6066                                Dated 28-Jan-2016

By D. S. Rajan

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