• 16 May, 2022
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Perceptions in India-Nepal-China Relations

Nepal is sandwiched between the two giant economic and politically powerful nations – India and China. Perceptions play a more decisive role than the reality of Nepal’s ties with India…

By Debnath Shaw

By Invading Ukraine, Has Putin Prevented a Nuclear War?

In the context of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Western corporate media, such as the New York Times, BBC, CNN etc., have gone into a frenzy, condemning Russia, hurling…

By Niraj Srivastava

Complexities of Chinese “New Era” Along Indian Northern Borders

On 01 July 2021 President Xi clearly threatened that "no one should underestimate" the will of the Chinese people to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity.  A very large…

By Lt Gen (Dr) Rakesh Sharma

New Drives to Counter China Come With a Major Risk: Throwing Fuel on The Indo-Pacific Arms Race

An accelerating arms race in the Indo-Pacific is all but guaranteed now that China finds itself a target of new security arrangements — AUKUS and the Quad — aimed at…

By Reuters and Chanakya Forum

Balochistan is Now a Geostrategic Center of Gravity in South Asia

As long as the United States maintained a presence in Afghanistan, China could not fulfill its ambition to dominate South Asia and isolate India. Now largely free of American influence…

By Dr Lawrence Sellin

The Second Quad Summit- Whither Indo-Pacific Order

The first-ever in-person summit of the four leaders of the Quadrilateral Framework (Quad) in the Indo-Pacific on Friday in Washington marks a critical milestone for the consultative framework since it…

By Commodore Abhay Kumar Singh (Retd)

Quad as Bulwark Against an Aggressive Dragon

There is heightened expectation as US President, Joe Biden is preparing to host the first, ‘in person’ Quad leaders’ summit, on 24th September 2021 at White House.  Besides host USA,…

By Lt Gen K J Singh (Retd)

China’s Nuclear Forces: Dragon- Fire or Façade

“There is, in fact, an axiom of proliferation. It states that as long as any state holds nuclear weapons, others will seek to acquire them.”     Richard Butler The term…

Return of The Samurai Spirit – Japan Defense White Paper 2021

Return of The Samurai Spirit - Japan Defense White Paper 2021 Gurjit Singh The Defense of Japan 2021[1] (DOJ) White Paper is notable as it shows Japan's seriousness towards its defense…

Westward Ho! – India, China and Khalistan

Westward Ho! - India, China and Khalistan  Terry Milewski June 23rd marks the 36th anniversary of the 1985 Kanishka bombing, which took 329 lives aboard an Air India flight from…

Chanakya-Latent Influence on Indian Strategic Thoughts

Chanakya-Latent Influence on Indian Strategic Thoughts This platform with a quintessentially Indian soul and a vision to be a credible publication on geopolitics, foreign affairs, national security and defence, chooses…

Rapid Response – Intervention Operations

Rapid Response - Intervention Operations Notwithstanding the internal and external challenges India faces, and the imperative need to focus on economic growth, providing our young population with proper education and…