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 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 […]
October 29, 2016

Narendra Modi’s Guns vs. Butter Approach to Terror From Pakistan

Raymond E. Vickery Jr.* When Pakistani militants killed 18 Indian soldiers at the village of Uri in Kashmir recently, the Indian drums of war were sounded.  In the past, India had acted with “strategic restraint” in response to terrorism from […]
November 21, 2012

Prof KC Abraham(Academic Director,CPPR) Debates on American Election

Prof K.C Abraham, Academic Director of CPPR talks on American Election and its impact on India. He was participating in a live debate in leading Malayalam News Channel, Manorama News along with other experts. With Barrack Obama renewing his term […]
October 5, 2012

Our Common Future: South Asia, November 2008

Published by CPPR for Liberal Youth South Asia LYSA released, “Our Common Future: South Asia,” released on 24th November, 2008 at the South Asia Youth Summit held in the Constitution Club New Delhi. Young scholars from the region and other […]