Monthly Archives: December 2018

Pakistan Using Kartarpur Corridor To End Diplomatic Isolation And To Revive Insurgency In Punjab; By J.K. Verma

CAS Article No. 064/2018 December 10, 2018 Courtesy:   Aviation and Defense Universe, December 2018 | | Pakistan which is facing diplomatic isolation in the world arena wants to show to the world community that it wants to have peace with India. The powerful Pakistan military, which consumes about 60 per cent of Pakistan’s scarce resources, is also pressing hard to the civilian prime minister to initiate peace negotiations with India. Imran Khan… Read Article →

Sri Lanka Perspectives; By Col. R. Hariharan VSM (Retd.)

CAS Article No. 063/2018 December 07, 2018 Courtesy:   South Asia Security Trends, December 2018 | | Breaking the political impasse President Maithripala Sirisena is trying hard to work out a face saving compromise to break the political deadlock created by him after installing former President Mahinda Rajapaksa as Prime Minister and sacking PM Ranil Wickremesinghe, three weeks ago. Though PM Rajapaksa and his cabinet have taken over the government, the parliament has… Read Article →