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1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Why India’s PM Modi Deserves A Second Term – OpEd

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Several pre-poll surveys before the 2019 election in India have indicated that Prime Minister Modi remains as the most popular political leader in the country today and majority of people want him to become Prime Minister again despite of several problems faced by the people.

Of course, pre-poll surveys are unreliable to a large extent ,as the survey size is small in a highly populated and large size country like India and the conclusions of the survey could be unduly influenced by the personal opinion and prejudice of the survey team. However, the fact that almost all pre poll surveys conducted by various groups and media confirm Mr. Modi’s popularity make one think that the results of the survey could be nearer to the ground reality. It is obvious that in the prevailing situation in India today, there are enough reasons why Prime Minister Modi deserves a second term based on taking a holistic view of the situation.

Analysis of SWOT (Strength, weakness opportunity and threat) regarding the performance of Modi government during the last five years would provide clarity and clear understanding of the overall scenario.

STRENGTH

Modi’s government has been free of corruption and nepotism, at the ministerial level. This is much in contrast from the conditions during the earlier governments

Mr. Modi has launched highly relevant and meaningful programmes and schemes such as clean India campaign, free construction of thousands of toilets for poor households, opening of zero balance bank account for millions of poor Indians, health insurance for poor people, crop insurance scheme, direct transfer of welfare funds to the poor people, promotion of yoga culture and so on. All these schemes have tremendous and positive impact on the life style of poor people and have given them confidence and sense of dignity to some extent.

Mr. Modi has brought new respect for India amongst the world countries and have boosted the confidence of world community in the future of India, bringing millions of dollars of overseas investment in the country.

Mr. Modi introduced Make in India scheme, Start up India scheme , Skill India programme to promote the employment and investment climate in the country ,particularly amongst youth in the lower and middle income group.

To remove corruption, Mr. Modi announced demonetization of high value currency , Goods and Services Tax (GST) resulting in uniform tax structure in the country, bankruptcy law , digitalization scheme etc. which reflect his long term vision and courage of conviction.

WEAKNESS

While Mr. Modi has been conducting himself with high level of dignity and fair outlook, this cannot be said about all his party men. A number of members of his party have been using vituperative language and even spreading hatred about other communities on issues like cow slaughter etc. and Mr. Modi is criticized for not controlling such elements in his party effectively.

While the schemes like demonetization and GST will bring lot of benefits for India in the short and long run, Mr. Modi’s party has not been able to present the advantages of the schemes adequately and convincingly well to the people, particularly in the context of the opposition parties criticizing the schemes heavily. This has created some misconception about these schemes amongst the people.

OPPORTUNITY

Having successfully laid the basic conditions to achieve big leap forward by India, here is an opportunity for Mr. Modi to carry forward his constructive schemes to the long term benefits for India in the coming years.

In the last five years, Mr. Modi has not only strived hard to build material affluence in India but also bring about a positive change in the mindset and confidence level amongst the people towards better value system. While he may not have entirely succeeded in this difficult task, he has certainly made positive beginning. Such trend should be continued.

THREAT

It is evident that there are pledged critics of Mr. Modi, who seem to believe that Mr. Modi’s fair image can be destroyed by repeatedly using abusive language against him personally such as calling him thief etc. In the independent India in the past, no other Prime Minister has been abused and criticized in such derogatory terms.

Mr. Modi faces the risk of his fair name getting tarnished because of the Goebbels tactics adopted by some opposition leaders by repeatedly calling him a liar, etc.

· Many believe that there are foreign forces interested in defeating Mr. Modi in 2019 election and such forces could be funding and counseling the forces of disruption in India.

There may be forces inside Mr. Modi’s party who do not like the moderate approach of Mr. Modi in solving various complex issues in the country and want him to adopt aggressive postures on certain issues.

Why Mr. Modi deserves a second term?

India is facing complex problems on multiple issues for the last several decades. While several governments in the past have taken measures to improve the situation, no government in the past in the last decade or so , has taken such strong measures with great speed and sense of urgency to get meaningful solutions, as the Modi government has done.

Given the stature of the leaders of opposition parties and the fact that the opposition parties could not even announce the Prime Ministerial candidate, the country would be exposed to unstable government and chaotic governance in the event of formation of unprincipled coalition government by different political parties in the event of Mr. Modi not getting a second term. This is a situation that India cannot afford.

Strongly, positively and uncompromisingly committed leadership is the prerequisite for India’s big leap forward in the coming years. With his past record in five years, Mr. Modi has given an impression that he is the man for the job for the next five years.

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Several pre-poll surveys before the 2019 election in India have indicated that Prime Minister Modi remains as the most popular political leader in the country today and majority of people want him to become Prime Minister again despite of several problems faced by the people.

Of course, pre-poll surveys are unreliable to a large extent ,as the survey size is small in a highly populated and large size country like India and the conclusions of the survey could be unduly influenced by the personal opinion and prejudice of the survey team. However, the fact that almost all pre poll surveys conducted by various groups and media confirm Mr. Modi’s popularity make one think that the results of the survey could be nearer to the ground reality. It is obvious that in the prevailing situation in India today, there are enough reasons why Prime Minister Modi deserves a second term based on taking a holistic view of the situation.

Analysis of SWOT (Strength, weakness opportunity and threat) regarding the performance of Modi government during the last five years would provide clarity and clear understanding of the overall scenario.

STRENGTH

Modi’s government has been free of corruption and nepotism, at the ministerial level. This is much in contrast from the conditions during the earlier governments

Mr. Modi has launched highly relevant and meaningful programmes and schemes such as clean India campaign, free construction of thousands of toilets for poor households, opening of zero balance bank account for millions of poor Indians, health insurance for poor people, crop insurance scheme, direct transfer of welfare funds to the poor people, promotion of yoga culture and so on. All these schemes have tremendous and positive impact on the life style of poor people and have given them confidence and sense of dignity to some extent.

Mr. Modi has brought new respect for India amongst the world countries and have boosted the confidence of world community in the future of India, bringing millions of dollars of overseas investment in the country.

Mr. Modi introduced Make in India scheme, Start up India scheme , Skill India programme to promote the employment and investment climate in the country ,particularly amongst youth in the lower and middle income group.

To remove corruption, Mr. Modi announced demonetization of high value currency , Goods and Services Tax (GST) resulting in uniform tax structure in the country, bankruptcy law , digitalization scheme etc. which reflect his long term vision and courage of conviction.

WEAKNESS

While Mr. Modi has been conducting himself with high level of dignity and fair outlook, this cannot be said about all his party men. A number of members of his party have been using vituperative language and even spreading hatred about other communities on issues like cow slaughter etc. and Mr. Modi is criticized for not controlling such elements in his party effectively.

While the schemes like demonetization and GST will bring lot of benefits for India in the short and long run, Mr. Modi’s party has not been able to present the advantages of the schemes adequately and convincingly well to the people, particularly in the context of the opposition parties criticizing the schemes heavily. This has created some misconception about these schemes amongst the people.

OPPORTUNITY

Having successfully laid the basic conditions to achieve big leap forward by India, here is an opportunity for Mr. Modi to carry forward his constructive schemes to the long term benefits for India in the coming years.

In the last five years, Mr. Modi has not only strived hard to build material affluence in India but also bring about a positive change in the mindset and confidence level amongst the people towards better value system. While he may not have entirely succeeded in this difficult task, he has certainly made positive beginning. Such trend should be continued.

THREAT

It is evident that there are pledged critics of Mr. Modi, who seem to believe that Mr. Modi’s fair image can be destroyed by repeatedly using abusive language against him personally such as calling him thief etc. In the independent India in the past, no other Prime Minister has been abused and criticized in such derogatory terms.

Mr. Modi faces the risk of his fair name getting tarnished because of the Goebbels tactics adopted by some opposition leaders by repeatedly calling him a liar, etc.

· Many believe that there are foreign forces interested in defeating Mr. Modi in 2019 election and such forces could be funding and counseling the forces of disruption in India.

There may be forces inside Mr. Modi’s party who do not like the moderate approach of Mr. Modi in solving various complex issues in the country and want him to adopt aggressive postures on certain issues.

Why Mr. Modi deserves a second term?

India is facing complex problems on multiple issues for the last several decades. While several governments in the past have taken measures to improve the situation, no government in the past in the last decade or so , has taken such strong measures with great speed and sense of urgency to get meaningful solutions, as the Modi government has done.

Given the stature of the leaders of opposition parties and the fact that the opposition parties could not even announce the Prime Ministerial candidate, the country would be exposed to unstable government and chaotic governance in the event of formation of unprincipled coalition government by different political parties in the event of Mr. Modi not getting a second term. This is a situation that India cannot afford.

Strongly, positively and uncompromisingly committed leadership is the prerequisite for India’s big leap forward in the coming years. With his past record in five years, Mr. Modi has given an impression that he is the man for the job for the next five years.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): Window on Eurasia — New Series: A Dangerous Crackdown in Ingushetia

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, April 6 – Russian siloviki have placed under arrest most of the leading opposition figures in Ingushetia and have now introduced sufficient forces into that North Caucasus republic to garrison and patrol all the major cities and many of the most important roads  (novayagazeta.ru/articles/2019/04/04/80097-vzryvoopasnye-sovpadeniya).
            But the opposition maintains steadfast, with one continuing his hunger strike, with the republic ombudsman challenging the way in which the authorities are detaining people, and with Ingush across Europe holding demonstrations in support of the opposition and repeating its demand that Yunus-Bek Yevkurov must be fired and the border accord with Chechnya annulled.
            There are also other indications that the situation is deteriorating toward violence even if Moscow and its agents in place appear to be in total control.  On the one hand, one of the largest teips in Ingushetia, a powerful force, warned Yevkurov that he and his brothers would be held personally responsible if things went bad (graniru.org/Politics/Russia/Regions/m.275853.html).
            And perhaps most important, Yevkurov’s own bodyguard resigned to protest his former boss’s policies, an indication that the republic head and his regime has internal divisions despite the support it has from Moscow and the Russian force structures (fortanga.org/2019/04/ohrannik-evkurova-uvolilsya-iz-solidarnosti-s-narodom/).
            Yekurov and Moscow clearly believe, Anton Chablin, a regional expert, says in a commentary for the Caucasus Post that they can “’force the opposition to peace.’” But they may very well turn out to be wrong because “the stronger the pressure of the authorities on civil society, the more difficult it will be to start talks” – and only a dialogue can end this crisis without losses (capost.media/special/sobytiya/ingushetiya_oppozitsiyu_prinuzhdayut_k_miru).
            “Why have people in Ingushetia forgotten this truth?” the commentator asks rhetorically. And why do the authorities there think that acting as if everything is normal will work? Yevkurov goes along with his business as if there were no protests and were no soldiers in the streets.  But it is obvious to everyone that things are getting out of hand, Chablin says.
                So far the mainstream media’s silence of the developments in Ingushetia that both Yevkurov and Putin are working to maintain has worked, the analyst suggests. But that will come to an end this weekend and next. This Sunday, the Ingush diaspora will hold meetings in Helsinki and Brussels; next Sunday, another is planned for Stockholm.
            The protesters at these meetings will have two demands; the end to repression in Ingushetia and the ouster of Yevkurov. Soon it will be impossible to avoid having articles appear in Europe and the Wests more generally pointing out the obvious: Yevkurov is trying to be every bit as much “’the Caucasus dictator’” everyone thinks Ramzan Kadyrov is.
            That may save him for a while, but it will make him too toxic even for Putin to hold onto, especially if the Kremlin leader won’t or can’t sending Chechnya’s Kadyrov packing. 

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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): Window on Eurasia — New Series: A Dangerous Crackdown in Ingushetia

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, April 6 – Russian siloviki have placed under arrest most of the leading opposition figures in Ingushetia and have now introduced sufficient forces into that North Caucasus republic to garrison and patrol all the major cities and many of the most important roads  (novayagazeta.ru/articles/2019/04/04/80097-vzryvoopasnye-sovpadeniya).
            But the opposition maintains steadfast, with one continuing his hunger strike, with the republic ombudsman challenging the way in which the authorities are detaining people, and with Ingush across Europe holding demonstrations in support of the opposition and repeating its demand that Yunus-Bek Yevkurov must be fired and the border accord with Chechnya annulled.
            There are also other indications that the situation is deteriorating toward violence even if Moscow and its agents in place appear to be in total control.  On the one hand, one of the largest teips in Ingushetia, a powerful force, warned Yevkurov that he and his brothers would be held personally responsible if things went bad (graniru.org/Politics/Russia/Regions/m.275853.html).
            And perhaps most important, Yevkurov’s own bodyguard resigned to protest his former boss’s policies, an indication that the republic head and his regime has internal divisions despite the support it has from Moscow and the Russian force structures (fortanga.org/2019/04/ohrannik-evkurova-uvolilsya-iz-solidarnosti-s-narodom/).
            Yekurov and Moscow clearly believe, Anton Chablin, a regional expert, says in a commentary for the Caucasus Post that they can “’force the opposition to peace.’” But they may very well turn out to be wrong because “the stronger the pressure of the authorities on civil society, the more difficult it will be to start talks” – and only a dialogue can end this crisis without losses (capost.media/special/sobytiya/ingushetiya_oppozitsiyu_prinuzhdayut_k_miru).
            “Why have people in Ingushetia forgotten this truth?” the commentator asks rhetorically. And why do the authorities there think that acting as if everything is normal will work? Yevkurov goes along with his business as if there were no protests and were no soldiers in the streets.  But it is obvious to everyone that things are getting out of hand, Chablin says.
                So far the mainstream media’s silence of the developments in Ingushetia that both Yevkurov and Putin are working to maintain has worked, the analyst suggests. But that will come to an end this weekend and next. This Sunday, the Ingush diaspora will hold meetings in Helsinki and Brussels; next Sunday, another is planned for Stockholm.
            The protesters at these meetings will have two demands; the end to repression in Ingushetia and the ouster of Yevkurov. Soon it will be impossible to avoid having articles appear in Europe and the Wests more generally pointing out the obvious: Yevkurov is trying to be every bit as much “’the Caucasus dictator’” everyone thinks Ramzan Kadyrov is.
            That may save him for a while, but it will make him too toxic even for Putin to hold onto, especially if the Kremlin leader won’t or can’t sending Chechnya’s Kadyrov packing. 

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1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Erdogan Accuses US, Europe Of ‘Meddling’ In Turkey

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the United States and Europe of “meddling” in Turkey’s internal affairs after its Western allies issued statements following his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP)’s challenge to local election results.

The
Turkish leader and his AKP suffered an upset in mayoral elections last
week after results showed that the ruling party lost the capital Ankara
and was narrowly defeated in Istanbul, the Turkey’s biggest city and
economic hub.

The AKP then filed objections to the results with the country’s High Election Board and contested the slim opposition victory in Istanbul, alleging irregularities.

However, US State Department spokesman Robert Palladino on Tuesday
called on Ankara to accept the results after European Union spokeswoman
Maja Kocijancic urged Turkey the day before to allow elected officials
to “exercise their mandate freely.”

“America and Europe are…
meddling in Turkey’s internal affairs,” Erdogan said on Friday, in his
first direct remarks to reporters since Monday.

“Turkey gave a
democracy lesson to the whole world,” he added, rejecting the statements
and warning both the US and the EU to “know” their “place.”

Meanwhile, AKP spokesman Omer Celik lambasted Palladino for his statement on the Turkish elections.

“No
foreign government, or any organ or statement from it, is a source of
legitimacy for the election process and election results in Turkey,”
Celik said at the party’s headquarters in the capital.

Before
the elections, Erdogan tried hard to promote his party’s candidates
during numerous rallies across the country, describing the vote as a
battle for the nation’s survival. However, voters, concerned with the
soaring cost of living, double-digit inflation and unemployment, went
for the opposition in the country’s two biggest cities.

In Istanbul, the opposition’s Ekrem Imamoglu narrowly emerged victorious.

However,
Turkey’s High Election Board on Wednesday said that it would recount
local election votes in Istanbul after the AKP demanded a recount.

On Friday, Imamoglu announced that he was still the winner by nearly 19,000 votes even after the recount.

The
opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP)’s candidate added that
nearly 120,000 previously annulled votes had been recounted in 17
Istanbul districts, with 2,184 extra votes being allowed for the AKP’s
candidate, Binali Yildirim, and 785 for himself.

Imamoglu
estimated that once the recounting ended, the final difference could
finish between 18,000 to 20,000. He added that nearly 200,000 more votes
still needed to be recounted. “It should be over by the end of the
weekend.”

However, the AKP has said the recount would show its candidate won.

A defeat in Istanbul would be particularly sensitive for Erdogan who commenced his political career as mayor of the city. The AKP or its predecessors had held Istanbul and Ankara since 1994.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the United States and Europe of “meddling” in Turkey’s internal affairs after its Western allies issued statements following his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP)’s challenge to local election results.

The
Turkish leader and his AKP suffered an upset in mayoral elections last
week after results showed that the ruling party lost the capital Ankara
and was narrowly defeated in Istanbul, the Turkey’s biggest city and
economic hub.

The AKP then filed objections to the results with the country’s High Election Board and contested the slim opposition victory in Istanbul, alleging irregularities.

However, US State Department spokesman Robert Palladino on Tuesday
called on Ankara to accept the results after European Union spokeswoman
Maja Kocijancic urged Turkey the day before to allow elected officials
to “exercise their mandate freely.”

“America and Europe are…
meddling in Turkey’s internal affairs,” Erdogan said on Friday, in his
first direct remarks to reporters since Monday.

“Turkey gave a
democracy lesson to the whole world,” he added, rejecting the statements
and warning both the US and the EU to “know” their “place.”

Meanwhile, AKP spokesman Omer Celik lambasted Palladino for his statement on the Turkish elections.

“No
foreign government, or any organ or statement from it, is a source of
legitimacy for the election process and election results in Turkey,”
Celik said at the party’s headquarters in the capital.

Before
the elections, Erdogan tried hard to promote his party’s candidates
during numerous rallies across the country, describing the vote as a
battle for the nation’s survival. However, voters, concerned with the
soaring cost of living, double-digit inflation and unemployment, went
for the opposition in the country’s two biggest cities.

In Istanbul, the opposition’s Ekrem Imamoglu narrowly emerged victorious.

However,
Turkey’s High Election Board on Wednesday said that it would recount
local election votes in Istanbul after the AKP demanded a recount.

On Friday, Imamoglu announced that he was still the winner by nearly 19,000 votes even after the recount.

The
opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP)’s candidate added that
nearly 120,000 previously annulled votes had been recounted in 17
Istanbul districts, with 2,184 extra votes being allowed for the AKP’s
candidate, Binali Yildirim, and 785 for himself.

Imamoglu
estimated that once the recounting ended, the final difference could
finish between 18,000 to 20,000. He added that nearly 200,000 more votes
still needed to be recounted. “It should be over by the end of the
weekend.”

However, the AKP has said the recount would show its candidate won.

A defeat in Istanbul would be particularly sensitive for Erdogan who commenced his political career as mayor of the city. The AKP or its predecessors had held Istanbul and Ankara since 1994.

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Political Criminology is based on the case study approach rather than the statistical studies. It is essentially the InterpretativeHermeneuticPsychodynamicPsychoanalytic Criminology and its working fields are the Psychoanalysis (broadly: all and any school) of History, Culture, and of Historical Personalities, in their Political and Historical rather than Clinical or Forensic context. It is closely related to the fields of: Political Science, Psychology, Psychiatry, General Criminology, Political Psychology, Psychohistory, Detective Work, and Law.  

Michael Novakhov – 2:33 PM 4/6/2019

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Approaches in Political Criminology

Personology Studies in Political Criminology 
  • Political Personology 
  • Historical Personology 
  • Clinical  Personology 
  • Forensic Personology 
as the historical case  study in Political Criminology 
  • The New Abwehr (German Military Intelligence) Hypothetical Operations after WW2 
  • “Dusseldorf Karnival Cycle”
  • Trump 
  • 9/11 
  • Other previous operations
  • Red Scare of the early 1950-s 
  • Cuban Missile Crisis and the Kennedy Assassination of 1963 
  • Nixon and the Deep Throat, etc., etc. 
  • As the historical case  studies in Political Criminology 
  • Other cases
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