RESEARCH PAPER

Strengthening India’s External Intelligence
Infrastructure: An Assessment

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SSPC SPECIAL REPORT

Indian Defence Budget 2016-17: A Curtain Raiser

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CBRN Digest

Monthly newsletter on Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
Nuclear Weapons, Materials, Proliferation, Environmental and
Humanitarian issues.

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South Asia Conflict
Monitor


It aims to provide in depth analyses, country briefs, brief
sketches of important players and a timeline of major events
on issues relating to armed conflicts and terrorism.

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Invitation to
Scholars


If you have a potential proposal / or a simple idea for any
of the above mentioned publications, feel free to enquire
about the focus, word limits and deadline and honorarium.

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Opinion / Analysis

China as key variable for India and Russia’s Power Equation

Due to unprecedented rise and global reach of China today, India and Russia are faced with some pertinent challenges. Some of the key issues are: How best to deal with China? Will the Cold War policy of containment work in case of China as mainstream communist ideology has failed for the most part in the post-globalised and post-Cold War phase? Or, simply a bland policy of engagement with China will work as China has adopted a more muscular approach in its conduct of foreign policy?

Dr. Mohammed Badrul Alam
March 06, 2018

India-Nepal: Is India heading for course correction?

In a surprise move, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj undertook a two-day official visit to Kathmandu, Nepal from February 1, 2018. The visit took place at a time when Nepal is preparing to hold the National Assembly (NA) elections (slated on February 7) under the Sher Bahadur Deuba-led caretaker government. A new government is set to be formed by the left alliance under K P Sharma Oli’s leadership.

Nihar Nayak
February 03, 2018