Dr. Uma Purushothaman, Assistant Professor, Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod; talks about Obama’s foreign policy diplomacy at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR- Centre for Strategic Studies.
Prof K.C Abraham, Academic Director, CPPR talks about the key issues and themes that played a major role in shaping the 2016 election campaign at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR- Centre for Strategic Studies.
By Vinson Xavier Palathingal* The United States is heading to the polls on November 8 to elect its 45th President. As it is universally settled by now, the options American people have this time around are very limited. Both […]
Donald Trump has deepened his political trench with the exposure of the 2005 video tapes, revealing his promiscuity with women. With the mainstream media in hot pursuit of his blood, his party leaders led by influential Congressman Paul Ryanare deserting […]
Mr. T.P. Sreenivasan, Former Ambassador of India; discusses the 2016 U.S Presidential Elections and the Indian Prospects, at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR- Centre for Strategic Studies.
By Harisankar K. Sathyapalan* On October 5, a judicial endeavor by a small Pacific island to mould a nuclear-zero world by holding the atomic-armed states for their alleged violations of international law came to naught at the International Court of […]
By Stanly Johny* Seven an a half years ago, while addressing a crowd of 3,000 people in the general hall of the Cairo University, President Barack Obama offered a ‘new beginning” to the Islamic world, sought to overcome “years of […]
Prof (Dr.) G Gopakumar (Vice Chancellor, Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod) speaks about the ongoing U.S. Presidential Election campaign at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR- Centre for Strategic Studies.
By Josukutty C.A.* The US presidential election 2016 has been the most polarising, uncivil and negative in recent times.The divergent positions of the parties and candidates on various issues offer different solutions to the problems and visions about the future […]
The 2015 UN Climate Change Summit, COP21(21st session of Conference of Parties), held in Paris was the most significant conference on climate change since Copenhagen, as the 196 nations that were parties to the agreement had set themselves a deadline […]
By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr. The good news is that regardless of the outcome of the US presidential election,the Indo–US relations are likely to remain on an upward path. Both major parties view India favourably and support stronger Indo–US relations. […]
A one-day International Conference on ‘The US Presidential Election 2016’, conceptualised and organised by the CPPR –Centre for Strategic Studies, Kochi in association with Sacred Heart College, Thevara, Kochi and South India American Studies Network –Kerala Chapter with the support […]
By Prof.Rajeev Srinivasan This year’s US Presidential Election has surprised many because fancied candidates on both the Democratic and Republican sides have struggled. The best explanation is that there is a certain sentiment of anger and frustration among citizens, and […]
Humanitarian workers have been in the frontline where human suffering has been paramount, be it a conflict, the aftermath of a natural disaster or the result of unprecedented human migration. Consequently, humanitarian workers remain equally exposed to turmoil and risks […]