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QUAD – What India Makes of It!

It was the Tsunami of 2004 that brought the Asia Pacific countries together to counter the aftermath; and the horrifying devastation that our times could have even seen as a…

By Monik OZA Tue, 26 Oct 2021

China’s Invasion Plan On Taiwan

China and Taiwan were separated after a civil war in 1949 but China considers Taiwan as a part of its territory and can be taken control of by force if…

By Varun Sahu Tue, 26 Oct 2021

From a Glorious Empire to FATF’S Grey List : Where is Turkey Heading ?

In the history of various empires in the world , the Ottoman empire was considered as one of the most stable empire ruling for more than 600 years between 1300…

By Samixa Khantwal Tue, 26 Oct 2021

Diplomatic Terrorism of Wolf Warrior

People's Republic of China was established after the Chinese Revolution in 1949 with Mao Zedong as a de facto head and Zhou Enlai as a premier. Mao was aggressive when…

By DARSHAN Sat, 23 Oct 2021

Do India And The US Still Need Each Other?

Huge crowds and over-the-top rallies marked the flamboyance of the bond between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi. The optics of the US-India relationship under the presidency of Trump were centred…

By Prosenjit Nath Sat, 23 Oct 2021

India-Sri Lanka Relations: What’s Next?

“There are no permanent friends or permanent enemies, only permanent interests”. This quote given by Carol Moseley Braun has again proved itself right as another turn has come up in…

By Rahul Gole Sat, 23 Oct 2021

The Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

A beautiful sunny morning in Afghanistan, on the day of February 2020 the USA announces that they have signed accords with the Taliban to bring in peace talks between the…

By Sanjeev Sudarshan Sat, 23 Oct 2021

India’s Maritime Policy – SAGAR

SAGAR (Security and Growth for All in the Region) is India's maritime cooperation policy in the Indian Ocean. As the Indo-Pacific region is a vast maritime region, there are a…

By Nitin Sun, 17 Oct 2021

Signage That Send a Hearty Laugh

A couple of years ago, we drove down along the groves of Willows and Poplars surrounded by an perpetual view of the mountains. The wonderful panorama of the valley is…

By KAMAL BARUAH Sat, 16 Oct 2021

If China Were to Attack India: Why it won’t be Like 1962

In 1964, a film was released ‘Haqeeqat’ that gave us painful glimpses of tragic war fought on the cold-barren ranges of the Himalayas between India and China in the year…

By Mauli Tiwari Sat, 16 Oct 2021

Modernization in the Indian Army (Past to Future)

The Mughal Emperor Babur is popularly credited with the introduction of the artillery in land warfare in India, evidence is now available that it was the Bahmani Kings who first…

By Abhijeet Singh Sat, 16 Oct 2021

Influential Warfare

What is Influential warfare? It is just another name of psychological warfare which comes with tonnes of National security threat or we can say which is ignited to dent the…

By Puru Shah Sat, 16 Oct 2021