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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation at 70- A Strategic Review:

Paper No. 6523                   Dated  14-Dec-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) which recently held its Summit on completion of 70 years of existence presented a spectacle of inherent contradictions in its ranks while at the same time in the Summit Statement defining a new strategic challenge in the form of China. It remains to be seen whether NATO remains focussed on the ‘China Challenge’.

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Indo Pacific Security- Competing Narratives and India’s Choices:

Paper No 6511                Dated 15-Nov-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indo Pacific region encompassing the vast expanse from West Coast of the United States to the Eastern Littoral of Africa on the Indian Ocean and Australia in South Pacific has emerged in recent year as fulcrum of global security and stability. Competing security narratives led by United States and a reactive and hardly credible narrative by China challenges Indian foreign policy directions.

United States Prime Threat in 2020s is China and Not Russia:

Paper No. 6507                             Dated 2-Nov-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

In the 2020s, the United States will be presented with a challenging policy predicament to decide which is the ‘Prime Threat’ to United States national interests—China or Russia? United States won First Cold War with Former Soviet Union but in 2020s can United States win evolving Cold War with China without a ‘Russia Reset’ policy?

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India Positioned as Global Major Power by PM Modi in September 2019:

Paper No. 6501                   Dated  1-0ct-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India undoubtedly stands positioned as a global Major Power by PM Narendra Modi in September 2019 evidenced by PM Modi’s ‘blitzkrieg’ diplomatic forays in United States and UN General Assembly and preceded by PM Modi presiding as Chief Guest over the Far Eastern Economic Forum Summit at Vladivostok in Russia.

South Asia Geo Political Dynamics and China-Pakistan Axis Perspectives- 2020s.

Paper No. 6499                  Dated 25-Sep-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

South Asia geopolitical dynamics as it enters the 2020s is destined to be dominated by an increasingly confrontationist China-Pakistan Axis being countered by India as a rising Emerged Power reinforced by India’s centrality in the  Indo Pacific Security Template revolving around the nearly two decades-old US-India Strategic Partnership acquiring intense proximate contours.

US Global Primacy- Its Significance:

Paper No. 6496                   Dated 17- Sep-2019

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

The primacy of the US is expected to remain, though contested by somefor the forthcoming future. Though the emerging economies would like
to have some influence in the conduct of global affairs the huge gapbetween the US, China and India will constrain these powers to
challenge the US.

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Nepal and the Indo-Pacific Strategy:

Paper No. 6495 .                 Dated 16-Sep-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

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