September 30, 2016

Anti-establishment Sentiment Illumines US Presidential Election

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 […]
September 30, 2016

Surgical strike along LOC: Is it the right way to strike back

  Vinny Davis, Managing Associate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies expresses her view point about India’s surgical strike along LOC.  
September 30, 2016

The Sabotage of Humanitarian Efforts (Aid is #NotATarget)

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 […]
September 21, 2016

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016

International Conference on  The U.S. Presidential Election 2016 The conference proposes to study the ongoing U.S. presidential campaign with close attention to the trends that emerged during the electioneering , and the changed prospects that awaits the international community with a […]
September 19, 2016

Donald Trump on a Slippery Road- Part 1

The candidacy of Donald Trump was like a bolt from the blue for the party and the nation. Unlike erstwhile Republican presidential candidates or his rivals in party primaries, Trump does not have an official political profile. His only profile […]
September 14, 2016

Beyond the Rhetoric of Asia Pivot

The 2016 Hangzhou summit will be remembered as the last G20 meeting attended by Barack Obama as the American President. His visit to the Asia Pacific is at a time when his much-coveted Asia Pivot Strategy is demanding a face-lift. […]
September 1, 2016

Legacy of Obama’s Foreign Policy in the Middle East

As the second innings of Barack Obama draws to a close,the American foreign policy is facing a critical test of legitimacy. The belief in US exceptionalism– American indispensability for ensuring stability of its trusted allies and its preponderance to prevent […]
August 3, 2016

India’s Failed NSG Bid : Unlearn, Learn, and Proceed

By Christi Thomas* India was denied entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group(NSG) at the Seoul Plenary session held on 23 and 24 June 2016 at South Korea. The NSG is a 48 – member body formed to ensure that the […]
July 15, 2016
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BREXIT – A Climate of Political Uncertainties

The referendum in Britain to exit from the European Union revealed how an extended caveat of global warming – Syrian refugee crisis has indebted to the death knell for European Union’s stability as a united bloc. The refugee crisis in […]
July 7, 2016

Awaiting the ruling on South China Sea

By Christi Thomas* The contending states in the South China Sea disputes are awaiting the verdict of the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration this month. The case was brought by the Philippines primarily concerning the legality of China’s “Nine-dash line”, […]
July 4, 2016

2016 Elections and the startling trends in U.S. Politics

2016 US Presidential election has heralded a change in the nature and the content of American Politics. These symptoms have been visible in the Party primaries and are certain to witness in the ensuing Presidential and Congress elections also. There […]
June 24, 2016

‘China will not be able to pursue much of its interests in the Indian Ocean region without India’s support’ Deepa M Ollapally comments during a interaction with CPPR

Centre for Public Policy Research hosted an interaction  on the 16th of June, 2016 with Deepa M Ollapally, Research Professor of International Affairs and the Associate Director of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies at the Elliott School of International […]
June 16, 2016

Interaction with Deepa M Ollapally, Research Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University

Interaction with Deepa M Ollapally , Research Professor of International Affairs and the Associate Director of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University at CPPR office Date:June 17, 2016, Friday; 12:00 pm onward […]
June 1, 2016

India –Iran Camaraderie

Indian foreign diplomacy is leaving no stone unturned in the turbulent Middle East. The bilateral treaties forged and the visits by India to the Arab kingdoms (U.A.E, Saudi Arabia) were charting a novel picture about the increasing engagements with West […]
May 5, 2016

Google Hangout with Senator Curtis Bramble (Republican) from Utah and Representative Jay Kaufman (Democrat) from Massachusetts

CPPR in  association  with The U.S.Consulate Chennai will be hosting a Google Hangout with Senator Curtis Bramble (Republican)  from Utah and  Representative Jay Kaufman (Democrat)  from Massachusetts. They  will be discussing the ongoing US Presidential elections 2016. The session is […]
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