Centre for Strategic Studies

January 21, 2017

US Presidential Election 2016- A New Approach to the White House

This is a primer about the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign. It chronicles the major electioneering trends of the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign along with the key domestic and foreign policy concerns. Click the image blow to read the […]
November 14, 2016

CPPR Experts analyses Why Donald Trump Won!!

CPPR Experts Prof K.C Abraham KC , Academic Director and Vinny Davis, Managing Associate, CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies analyses the major trends in 2016 US Election. They discussed the key factors that helped Donald Trump win his Presidential bid, […]
November 12, 2016
CPPR-CSS

What to learn from the victory of Donald Trump

By Vinny Davis* The 2016 Elections defied all expectations since the very beginning. These were evident with the massive support for Bernie Sanders and his socialist programmes winning hearts of youth in U.S, or even an outsider like Trump winning […]
November 9, 2016

Students predict win for Hillary; Times of India, 8 November, 2016

Sudha Nambudiri | TNN | Nov 8, 2016 KOCHI: Students in city colleges believe that Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton has a better chance to win the US presidential election. According to an opinion poll conducted by a Kochi-based Centre […]
October 26, 2016

“Obama’s Foreign Policy”: A talk by Vinny Davis, Managing Associate, CPPR – Centre for Strategic Studies

As the 2016 US Presidential Election campaign heads into its final weeks, CPPR took this opportunity to engage the student community in Kochi. Vinny Davis, Managing Associate, CPPR – Centre for Strategic Studies delivered a lecture on Obama’s foreign policy […]
October 26, 2016

US Presidential Election – The Indian Prospects (Part 2)

By Vinson Xavier Palathingal* Now when it comes to Trump, his weaknesses are well known. His fondness for drama and theatrics is obviously making his policy messages less discernable to the public. He shows extreme immaturity, almost that of a […]
October 24, 2016

“America is not retreating from West Asia”: Dr. Stanly Johny

Dr Stanly Johny, International Affairs Editor, The Hindu assesses Obama’s foreign policy diplomacy at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR- Centre for Strategic Studies.
October 24, 2016

“Anti-establishment sentiment illumines the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election”:Prof. Rajeev Srinivasan

Prof Rajeev Srinivasan, Adjunct Faculty, IIM Bangalore 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 […]
October 24, 2016

“2016 presidential election is not the worse crisis faced by the US democracy”: Raymond E Vickery Jr

Raymond E Vickery Jr, Global Fellow , Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars & Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Trade & Development talks about the 2016 U.S Presidential election and the Indian Prospects at the International Conference on U.S. Presidential […]
October 24, 2016

“Political Economy – a divisive issue in 2016 U.S Election Campaign”: Dr. Josukutty C.A

Dr. Josukutty C.A., Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Kerala discusses 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 […]
October 24, 2016

“Who could be the best U.S President for India and Indian Americans”: Vinson X Palathingal

Vinson Xavier Palathingal, Executive Director, Indo-American Center, Washington DC. talks on 2016 U.S Presidential Election over skype at the International Conference on US Presidential Election 2016 organised by CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies.
October 24, 2016

“Who will carry forward the foreign policy legacy of Obama?” Dr. Uma Purushothaman

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.
October 24, 2016

“2016 U.S Election campaign characterized by un-American elements”: Prof KC Abraham

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.
October 21, 2016

US Presidential Election– The Indian Prospects (Part 1)

  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 […]
October 19, 2016

Donald Trump on a Slippery Road– Part II

By Prof K.C. Abraham* 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 […]