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China: Taming the Dragon

Paper No. 6615                       Dated 6-July-2020

Guest Column:  By Gurvinder Singh

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.

Russia is Not an Honest Broker in Intensifying China-India Military Confrontation Mid-2020

Paper No. 6608                      Dated  23-June-2020

Dr Subhash Kapila

China-India Military Confrontation in mid-2020 displays all the portents of unfolding intensification and India’s foreign policy establishment should dispense Indian policy illusions that Russia immersed deep in China-Russia Strategic Nexus can broker sustainable peace with China.

Save the World from the Valley of Death: The Pandemic and the India-China Face off-

 Paper No. 6606                   Dated 21- June-2020

By Kazi Anwarul Masud (former Secretary and ambassador of Bangladesh)

China is an Implacable Enemy of India & India- Pretending Otherwise is Strategic Myopia

Paper No. 6600                            Dated 17-June-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s Hour of Reckoning’ centring on China Threat to India’s Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity has finally dawned irrevocably on the night of May 15 2020 in a violent clash in Galwan Valley in Ladakh---symptomatic of China’s long range strategic intentions to checkmate India’s growing reduction of military differentials with China

China May be Militarily Powerful but Geopolitically Weak in Mid 2020.

Paper No. 6599                    Dated 15-June-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s policy establishment must not be led astray by Indian media celebrities like one who asserted last week that ‘China is militarily powerful to alter the territorial status quo’. China may be militarily powerful to do so temporarily but I would like to assert that “China is geopolitically WEAK in mid-2020” with glaring vulnerabilities.

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