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US Waiver for Multi-Billion Dollar Aid to Pakistan

Paper No. 5266                                Dated 26-Oct-2012
By Rajeev Sharma

China-United States Relations with Change of Helmsmen: Perspectives

Paper No. 5260                                             Dated   25-Oct-2012

By Dr. Subash Kapila

OBAMA-ROMNEY: Who Can Better Manage the Same Old World?

Paper No. 5257                                                       Dated 23-Oct-2012

By B.Raman

 The third and the  last US Presidential debate, a fortnight before the polling day, was held on the morning of October 23,2012 (Indian Standard Time).

2. It was supposed to have been devoted almost exclusively to foreign policy, but economic issues kept intruding into the debate quite often and sometimes in a substantive manner.

US Presidential Debate: No Knock-Out

Paper No. 5253                                                                                         17-Oct-2012

By B.Raman

The first US Presidential debate a fortnight ago devoted exclusively to economic and social policies was won by Mr.Mitt Romney, with 67 per cent of the sample votes polled as against only 25 per cent for President Barack Obama. Only eight per cent of those polled were not sure who did better. It was thus an overwhelming endorsement of Mr.Romney by those polled.

Romney’s Ambivalence on India

Paper No. 5245                                                         08-Oct-2012

By B. Raman

The campaign web sites of Mr. Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate for the US Presidential elections, discuss his likely foreign policy under the following heads:

•Afghanistan & Pakistan
•China & East Asia
•Iran
•Israel
•Latin America
•Middle East
•Russia

Obama Vs Romney: Some Observations

 

Paper No. 5243                                                04-Oct-2012

By B. Raman

I watched with fascination the first Presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Mr. Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, at Denver on the morning of October 4, 2012.

2. At the very beginning, my kudos to the American TV professionals from different channels who worked together as a team to organise a debate of very high quality.

INDIAN OCEAN: Strategic Imperatives for India to Keep it Indian

Paper No. 5242                                                                        04-Oct-2012

By Dr Subhash Kapila

“The Indian Ocean is where the rivalry between the United States and China in the Pacific interlocks the regional rivalry between China and India and also with America’s fight against Islamic terrorism and the Middle East, which includes America’s attempt to contain Iran”----------  Robert Kaplan

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