• 17 July, 2024
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Dr Seshadri Chari
Dr Seshadri Chari

Dr Seshadri Chari is a commentator on foreign policy, strategy and security affairs. He is the Secretary General of the Forum for Integrated National Security (FINS) and former editor of English weekly Organiser.


Articles Lists

India’s ‘Look Central Asia Policy’

After the high level meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin, the implementation of the agenda is left to the secretarial and deputies level meetings. But considering the importance of the agenda and the age old relationship between the two countries, both leaders d

Emerging Global Partnership of Democracies

Great power rivalry and global power contestation is witnessing a new phase. Usually, the race for global leadership precedes a conflict involving a large number of countries categorised as allies of one or the other party to the conflict. The rise of Germany after the First World War eclipsed Franc

Delhi and Dhaka – Joint Fight Against Radicalism

What is at stake in Bangladesh for India is much more than Hindu temples and Durga Pooja. Those who are attacking these Hindu symbols are actually attacking India and undermining India’s strategic interests in the region. The vandalism, riots, killings of Hindu priests and attacks on Hindus in

Lessons From Kabul Fiasco

The apex leadership of the Taliban which claims control over Kabul had deferred its ceremonial declaration of the launch of its regime on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack on America. No one can be more naïve than the White House if it decides to consider this decision by the Tali

The National Monetisation Pipeline (NMP) – Unleashing India’s Economy

Public assets all over the world have been recognised as a definite and easy source of revenue for governments in dire need of resources. Unlocking the potential of unused and underutilised national assets created over a few years is not a bad idea but needs to be implemented wisely if the governmen