Centre for Strategic Studies

October 7, 2015

Nepal Political Tussle : Another Humanitarian crisis in the Offing?

Ms Vinny Davis, Managing Associate of CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) writes in CPPR Blog, How the current political situation in Nepal can be a potential humanitarian crisis. Read more about this at our blog http://cppr.blogspot.in/2015/10/nepal-political-crisis-how-long-can.html
October 5, 2015

Oil Price Crash – What’s in store for India?

  How India can gain from the reduced Oil Price? Should we reduce subsidies? Should we store more oil? Archana Mavanur, Research Intern at CPPR explore these questions in CPPR blog. Read more at http://cppr.blogspot.in/2015/10/oil-price-crash-whats-in-store-for-india.html
September 25, 2015

International Conference on ‘Climate Change Paradigms ’

  International Conference on  ‘Climate Change Paradigms ’    (20th & 21st  November, 2015) Organised by CPPR – Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) Supported by the US Consulate General in Chennai at Riviera Suites, Kochi, Kerala, India     CPPR- […]
September 23, 2015

How Climate Change is secretly disrupting Ghana’s city life?

By Roshni Rajiv* The city of Accra came to a standstill due to the magnitude of monsoon floods earlier this year. The city stood perplexed to a staggering toll of loss of over 200 human lives, irreparable damage to public […]
September 22, 2015

Japan: A Pacifist Embrace of  Militarism- Or was it the other way round?

Collective Security dictum of “all for one and one for all” rationale for global peacekeeping missions will now be applicable to Japan. The significant changes in the pacifist constitution of Japan to make its defence forces more upbeat recently witnessed […]
September 18, 2015

How will India set its sails through the muddy waters of Enrica Lexie case

  By Harisankar K S* More than two years ago, this author had an opportunity to reflect on the two significant legal issues of coastal state jurisdiction and sovereign functional immunity surrounding the Enrica Lexie incident, at European Journal of International […]
September 11, 2015

“India’s Foreign Diplomacy in Modi Age”- 10th CPPR Quarterly Lecture by Dr. Sanjaya Baru

CPPR’s 10th Quarterly Lecture on ‘India’s foreign Diplomacy in Modi Age’ delivered by Dr. Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy,International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS), London. The lecture was conducted by Centre for Public Policy Research on September 9th […]
September 10, 2015

“India’s Foreign Diplomacy in Modi Age”- 10th CPPR Quarterly Lecture by Dr. Sanjaya Baru

  The 10th Quarterly Lecture organised by Centre for Public Policy Research explored the changing nuances of Indian foreign diplomacy. Since Narendra Modi took over, India’s foreign diplomacy has witnessed a burst of activity giving a thrust to India.  The […]
August 31, 2015

10th Quarterly Lecture by Dr. Sanjaya Baru

CPPR’s 10th Quarterly Lecture on ‘India’s Foreign Diplomacy in Modi Age’ will be delivered by Dr. Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy,International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS), London. The CPPR Quarterly Lecture has become a platform for thought leaders from different […]
August 14, 2015

New Era in Indo-Sino Relations

The CPPR rendez-vous with the Chinese ambassador to India, His Excellency Le Yucheng added one more feather to our illustrious cap. The ambassador had come to the state of Kerala as the official guest of the Government of Kerala. The […]
August 11, 2015

‘China Not for Conflict With Neighbours’, Indian Express, 11th August 2015

‘China Not for Conflict With Neighbours’ By Express News Service, 11th August 2015 KOCHI: At a time when reports are doing rounds regarding the tension prevailing between India and China over the latter’s deployment of submarines in the Indian Ocean, Chinese […]
July 29, 2015

Why we should be bothered about Bio Terrorism!

With the onset of the 21st century, the concept of asymmetrical warfare has become even more pronounced. The prevalence of large, well-funded, and even state-sponsored terrorist groups throughout the world is indicative of the changing dynamics of terrorism. The trans-continental nature of […]
June 23, 2015

AIIB: The need for thought to replace hasty resolve

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has been in the news off late, mostly for the right reasons. Heralded as the answer to the World Bank’s deficiencies which include its exclusive representation of European interests, it is touted to be […]
June 17, 2015

Book On Energy Security Challenges: Non Traditional Security Planning in India

    The International conference on Energy Security Challenges–Non Traditional Security planning in India was yet another attempt by the Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), to focus on one of the most challenging themes of current times. Given its […]
June 2, 2015

Do we need UN anymore?

A terrible death seems to have befallen the United Nations in recent times, an entity which was born out of the horrors of the great wars and was instituted as a collective to serve mankind in the times to come. […]