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  • Journal of Indo-Sri Lankan Relations (September 11, 2006)
    Post-colonial democratic Sri Lanka adopted a divisive Constitution that essentially colonized the minority Tamil population of the North and East. Initially, the Sri Lankan Tamils (Tamils) started a movement that was peaceful. Successive negotiations and deals were unilaterally violated by successive SL Governments (SLG) leading to a severe rupture in trust between ethnic Sinhalese and Tamils which blew into violent conflict.<More>

  • Journal of Indo-French Relations (September 3, 2006)
    India and France have traditionally enjoyed friendly and deep relations that include periodic interaction between their leaders from the 1970s. Bilateral relationship significantly strengthened in the last decade into a long-term partnership model. Both countries have taken definite steps to ensure periodic cultural exchanges.<More>

  • Journal of Energy Issues in India (August 25, 2006)
    Energy deficiency in India is seeing large investments in mega projects in refinery, pipeline installations, new power generation projects, power line grid deployment, and even private sector nuclear plants. Many companies recently announced plans to create new projects specifically targeting energy and power-generation.<More>

  • Journal of Health in India (August 18, 2006)
    Health policy and enforcement in India is an area of abject neglect and increasingly a source drama because Health is not something that is considered important in the Federal Ministry. But health of India is becoming more important as the visibility into major diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Cancer, and Leprosy are being highlighted by many international organizations and media reports.<More>

  • Journal of Indo-US Relations (August 11, 2006)
    India and the United States (US) are thought to be natural allies for several reasons. Both share a colonial history, democracy, individual freedom, religious freedom, rule of law, and a fiercely independent spirit. Yet, both countries have often disagreed with each other more than using their shared principles to further their relations.<More>

  • Journal of Terrorism and India (August 04, 2006)
    Terrorism is undoubtedly the most important issue facing India because it not only threatens peace but also threatens the very existence of India as a secular, democratic, and economically viable nation with strong grounding in rule of law and due process.<More>







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