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Turkish Intelligence is Operating to Recruit Agents among Immigrants in European Countries
Cdr Eyal Pinko | 30 Nov , 2020 0 comments

Turkish Intelligence, MIT (Milli İstihbarat Teşkilatı) operates across Europe to recruit agents from Turkish immigrant groups (more than five million Turkish immigrants currently live in Europe). MIT runs private organizations, which assist it in locating and screening candidates, who will be trained and operated by MIT as agents. The...

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Use Tibet links, counter China in the Himalayas
Claude Arpi | 29 Nov , 2020 0 comments
Use Tibet links, counter China in the Himalayas

For millennia, the Himalayas have been an active bridge between the Indic and Tibetan civilisations. The great physical barrier has been a place of intense contacts between two worlds which shared their search for infinity. After the arrival of a newcomer (Mao’s People’s Liberation Army) on the plateau in 1950-51, the ancient relations...

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Chinese Weaponry will be the Bane of Pakistan Army
Jasbir Sarai | 28 Nov , 2020 0 comments
Chinese Weaponry will be the Bane of Pakistan Army

Over seven plus decades of its creation the only thing that has remained constant in Pakistan is the anti-India strategy of its military leadership. It has fought and lost numerous wars, been humiliated in operations like the surgical strike and Balakot air raid, and yet, it is not ready to accept that nothing can be gained through this enmity....

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Another Date-Change for the NPT RevCon: Fresh Opportunity to Shape its Success
Dr Manpreet Sethi | 27 Nov , 2020 0 comments

The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) that conducts a review conference (RevCon) every five years was due to hold one in April-May 2020. This RevCon had special significance as it was to mark the 50th anniversary of the NPT, as also the 25th anniversary of the indefinite and unconditional extension of the treaty in 1995. However, it had to be...

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Converging Priorities: India, France and Germany in the Indo-Pacific

India’s maritime security has been increasingly threatened by China over the past decade. Beijing’s ‘nine-dash line’ claim in the South China Sea (SCS), its false claim of a historical “maritime silk road” to the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), along with its rise as the world’s largest naval power,...

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