4 Mar 2013
Strategic Trends 2013
Author: Andrea Baumann, Jonas Grätz, Prem Mahadevan
Center for Security Studies (CSS)
This edition of Strategic Trends contains articles on the "de-westernisation" of globalisation and on the issue of maritime insecurity in East Asia.
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India, Russia, China: Comparative Studies on Eurasian Culture and Society
Author: Vadim Zhdanov, Sanami Takahashi, P Radhika, Bennett Zon, Takako Inoue, S V Srinivas, Takahiro Sato, Atsuko Kamiike, Jinying Li, Yoko Takayama, Anagha Bhat Behere, Hisae Komatsu, Hisae Komatsu
Slavic Research Center (SRC)
This booklet is an abbreviated collection of the papers presented at the international conference "Comparative Aspects of Culture and Religion: India, Russia, and China" held in Bangalore on 15th and 16th of September, 2011.
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2 Mar 2011
Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst Vol 13, No 4
Author: Emil Souleimanov, Scott Rosenblum, Roman Muzalevsky, Haroutiun Khachatrian, Alexander Sodiqov, Joldosh Osmonov, Mina Muradova, Erkin Akhmadov
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This issue of the Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst includes analytical articles and field reports on security issues facing the Central Asia-Caucasus region in March 2011.
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Alternative Strategies for India Towards Tibet
Author: Bhavna Singh
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
While many significant issues have been examined by Chinese and Indian leaders in their foregoing dialogues to normalize relations, the Tibetan question continues to lurk in the dark.
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Fighting with no Military Bases Abroad
Author: Degang Sun
Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)
The global jihad network in Eurasia is looming, and the world “hotbed” of terrorism is spreading from the Middle East to the geographically broader “Arc of Instability”, which covers a vast area of North Africa, West Asia, Central Asia and South Asia.
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