Centre for Strategic Studies

December 11, 2019

Afghan Peace Process: Geo Politics and India’s Approach | CPPR Global High Tea |

We are back with another episode of CPPR Global High Tea. US – Taliban peace talks are back on track. China and Russia are eagerly engaging Taliban. In such a situation does clinging on to a “wait and watch attitude” […]
December 6, 2019

The Politics of NRC and its Pan-Indian Dimensions

The issue of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), which still continues as a Gordian knot in Assam, is gradually getting pan-Indian dimensions with the recent announcement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah that NRC would be carried out across […]
December 4, 2019

A second Arab Spring brewing?

What has been happening in Lebanon, Iraq, Algeria and Sudan for the past one and half months is nothing short of Arab Spring 2.0 in the making. Who would have thought that the spark left unquenched a decade earlier will […]
November 25, 2019

World without Walls

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. — African Proverb The Indian public opinion on India opting out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in Bangkok last week remains distinctly […]
November 7, 2019

How is NRC Shaping a New Identity?

The National Register of Citizens (NRC) is a register maintained by the Government of India containing names and relevant information for identification of Indian citizens of the state of Assam. The first NRC was compiled in 1951, after the Census […]
November 6, 2019

World’s biggest trade deal (RCEP) that wasn’t for India: Really? | Global High Tea

In this edition of CPPR Global High Tea, Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies, talks about India’s pull out from the first Asian based trade treaty RCEP- it’s concerns and implications.
November 1, 2019

Syria’s Northeast — An Emerging Geopolitical Morass

While the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib was mired in conflict, the northeastern region was relatively calmer. But with the Turkish attack on Kurds and Trump’s backpedaling of re-deploying the troops for securing oil fields have made the region a new flashpoint of geopolitical […]
October 31, 2019

India Bangladesh Relations | CPPR Global High Tea

In this edition of CPPR Global High Tea, Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies, talks about India Bangladesh relations in the wake of recently concluded Sheikh Hasina’s visit to India. He also talks about Teesta water sharing […]
October 28, 2019

Modi-Xi Mamallapuram Summit: Testing the Waters?

The second Modi-Xi informal summit in Mamallapuram showed that the leaders are keen to maintain high-level dialogue to enhance their bilateral relations. But the ‘differences’ over the Jammu and Kashmir issue and China’s support for Pakistan were prevented from turning […]
October 27, 2019

RCEP and economics of neighbourhood

Study done by CPPR Research Intern, Archita Anand titled “Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and India” quoted in a news report published in Telangana Today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to join other heads of state who are now in […]
October 26, 2019

The Regional Scenario and India’s National Security Challenges

Transcript of the lecture delivered by former Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Arun Prakash, PVSM, AVSM, VrC, VSM at the 16th edition of CPPR Quarterly Lecture Series, on the topic ‘India’s Security Challenges’, held on 15 October, 2019 at Kochi […]
October 23, 2019

River water diplomacy: Pakistan in dilemna over India’s move.

CPPR Senior Fellow K V Thomas was part of a panel discussion of News 18 Kerala. This discussion was aired on October 23, 2019
October 21, 2019

“Is it Good to Pursue Majoritarianism?”, asks Former Naval Chief

News report on 16th Quarterly Lecture delivered by Admiral Arun Prakash published in Veekshanam news paper on October 16, 2019
October 20, 2019

A period of stability is essential for India to achieve it’s full economic and strategic potential

News report on 16th Quarterly Lecture delivered by Admiral Arun Prakash published in Marunadan Malayali on October 16, 2019 Click here to read
October 20, 2019

China is Trying to Restrict India’s Growth by Strengthening CPEC: Former Navy Chief Admiral Arun Prakash

News report on 16th Quarterly Lecture delivered by Admiral Arun Prakash published in Thejas news paper on October 16, 2019 Click here to read