• 05 February, 2023
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Decoding the New National Security Policy of Japan

Japan is facing the worst security environment since the end of World War 2 in 1945. China’s unprecedented military modernization program has placed significant maritime pressure on the Senkaku islands…

By Viswapramod Chandrashekar Sun, 29 Jan 2023

Decoding South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Strategy – A Momentum Towards Strategic Clarity

The international order is experiencing a host of strategic changes in the recent past, with the foreign policy and national security paradigms of major countries undergoing a complete overhaul; a…

By Viswapramod Chandrashekar Fri, 27 Jan 2023

India-Egypt Relations in the Context of Al Sisi Visit to India: An Economic View

By Srikar Srivatsa Dahagam  January 26, 2023 will be an important day for India in many aspects, on one hand it strengthens resolve of India’s commitment to its constitutional values…

By chanakyaforum Wed, 25 Jan 2023

Trouble Of The Chips

Are rising smartphone prices making you scratch your hairs? Is it preventing you from buying one or you are unable to get the one you’d like to buy? Why is…

By Shubham Pandey Fri, 20 Jan 2023

India-Nepal Ties and Possible Turbulences

As we all might be knowing that the current President of Nepal, Bidhya Devi Bhandari, under article 76(2) of Nepal's Constitution, has appointed Pushpa Kamal Dahal from CPN on 25…

By Abhijeet Singh Sat, 31 Dec 2022

Importance of Maritime diplomacy: Explained from an Indian Standpoint

Diplomacy is usually seen as the presence of a structured communication system between two or more countries. The strength of a diplomatic dialogue comes from various factors like economic structure,…

By Srikar srivatsa DAHAGAM Fri, 16 Dec 2022

India – A Global Superpower: Economic Perspective

"The 21st is the Indian Century. India is going to be the biggest economy in the world." - Clyde V. Prestowitz Jr., Councilor of Ronald Regan. After 75 years of…


Opportunities for India in a Changing World

Living in an era of an extremely paced changing world surrounded deepened by social, political and economic upheavals. ‘Neo - liberalism’ propagates that commerce and trade between two or more…

By Mauli Tiwari Tue, 13 Dec 2022

Suez Canal, Mozambique Channel and Malacca Strait

According to famous naval strategist AT Mahan, “He who controls the Indian Ocean shall control the world.” The part which has many critical sea lanes of communication is definitely a…

By Yash Pawar Wed, 07 Dec 2022

India’s Way to Superpower

Whenever we hear term superpower the first thing which comes to our mind is a Hollywood movie scene in which a country has a huge military power with cutting edge…

By Prashant Mishra Wed, 30 Nov 2022

North Korea – A Ticking Time Bomb?

As a keen observer of International Relations, there lie many countries as prominent examples of reforming its diplomatic stature in Geopolitics. Regions of the Western Bloc who've been custodian of…

By Saurav Bandopadhyay Mon, 28 Nov 2022

India’s G20 Presidency and Its Importance

After an eventful year of the G20 led by Indonesia, the G20 presidency is set to be taken over by India in 2023—two top nations that define emerging Asia. This…

By tanmay a kulkarni Sun, 20 Nov 2022