January 12, 2019

Kashmir on Tenterhooks

Hazratbal Shrine at Srinagar Kashmir has given rise to an unprecedented situation in the state. Under the provisions of Section 92 of the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution, the state came under Governor’s rule in June 2018 after the BJP decided […]
January 10, 2019

(Re)Emerging India?

Image Courtesy AP With the forces of globalisation blurring the lines between sovereignty and interdependence, the world is at a point where bilateralism and multilateralism have become the need of the hour. In the international system, there exists a dynamic […]
December 29, 2018

Prince or Pariah?

Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia did not shy away from appearing on the world stage during the G20 summit that took place in the Argentinian capital recently. He flew to Buenos Aires despite the widespread furore […]
December 26, 2018

A Caliphate in South Asia?

Event report of ‘In Conversation with Dr. Arabinda Acharya’ hosted by CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies at Kochi, Kerala Since Jihadism came into the picture, with the declarations in 1996 by Bin Laden followed by the 1998 declaration, there has […]
December 12, 2018

From Look East to Act East: A review of Kaladan Multi-Modal Transport Project

The Modi government since 2014 has been working towards strengthening India’s relations with South-East Asian countries as part of Act East Policy (AEP) that was rechristened from Look East Policy. The Look East Policy was introduced in 1991 by the […]
December 5, 2018

India-Singapore Relations: Exploring Potential Partnership

Strategically located on the Strait of Malacca, Singapore has the largest port in South-East Asia connecting the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea. The dominance of the country on the Strait of Malacca makes the port one of the […]
November 22, 2018

India now ‘Pacific-minded’

Abstract The narrative of Indo-Pacific has been attracting vital attention in the global affairs, and India, formerly reluctant to respond, is now showing greater enthusiasm to embrace it. Though the narrative, in its indirect way, is poising itself against the […]
September 11, 2018

Local Actors as Force Multipliers: Lessons from Operation Madad in Kerala

The Southern Naval Command (SNC) announced a disaster management exercise, Chakravath, in April 2018, jointly with the State Government which involved participation from various state agencies and NGOs. This four-day disaster management exercise following cyclone Ockhi was aimed at enabling […]
August 13, 2018

Should the world be worried about a war in the Strait of Hormuz?

The US sanction against Iran and the Iranian rhetoric in response, have sparked another tension in the Middle East. An Iranian blockade at the strategically positioned Strait of Hormuz will prompt a war in the Gulf waters that will undoubtedly […]
June 14, 2018
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Muraleedharan Nair, CPPR Senior Research Fellow comments about the historic Trump-Kim summit

Muraleedharan Nair, CPPR Senior Research Fellow comments about the historic Trump-Kim summit in his oped “Uchakoodiyudae Bhavi” published in Mathrubhumi Newspaper on 13th June.
May 17, 2018

China’s African Foothold – Djibouti & Beyond

In February 2018, the small African country of Djibouti terminated a deal with Dubai Ports World, one of the world’s largest port and container terminal operators,that was struck in 2006 to operate the Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT) at the Port […]
May 9, 2018

India’s Trade and Maritime Policy in the Indian Ocean Region

The Indian Ocean Region has always played a vital role in India’s foreign policy strategy and successive Prime Ministers have attempted to ensure that India remains the dominant regional power in the area. Maintaining freedom of navigation and ensuring a […]
April 28, 2018

“Nitaqt is a misunderstood word” His Excellency Dr. Saud Mohammed Al-Sati, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in India

Date: 27 April 2018   Nitaqt is a misunderstood word, said His Excellency Dr. Saud Mohammed Al-Sati, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in India. He was addressing a gathering during his visit to the Centre for Public Policy […]
April 5, 2018

Are Indo–Canadian Relations Still Short of a Strategic Partnership?

What is the crux of India’s relations with Canada? How much does a US$2.4 trillion India need a US$1.6 trillion Canada, and vice-versa? ‘Are Indo–Canadian Relations Still Short of a Strategic Partnership?’ written by J Paul Zachariah (Guest Writer, CPPR), […]
March 14, 2018

The Future of the TPP: How it Alters the RCEP’s Importance for the Region

This new agreement called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership offers many advantages to the participating countries, but falls short of being a suitable replacement for its predecessor. This blog is written by Aditya Vijya, Research Intern at […]
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