Geopolitics

Pakistan Projected Rail Accidents, Time India Learns To Retaliate In Kind

Pakistan Projected Rail Accidents, Time India Learns To Retaliate In Kind

By: Brig Arun Bajpai | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 05 Feb , 2017

Famous German political scientist Hein Kiessling’s new book on Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is in the market by the name ‘Faith, Unity and Discipline’. In this book he says that ISI...

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India-China Relations: Any Way Forward?

India-China Relations: Any Way Forward?

By: Sumant Dhamija | Issue: Vol. 31.4 Oct-Dec 2016 | Date: 04 Feb , 2017

It has been said that engaging China is like trying to wake someone pretending to be asleep. Certainly it involves trying to be neighbourly with a country that does not desire friendship. But...

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The Correlation between Institution Building and Great Power Making

The Correlation between Institution Building and Great Power Making

By: Martand Jha | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 Feb , 2017

In the great power making, institutions have a vital role to play. Institutions are the backbone of societies as they contribute immensely in their overall progress and development; it becomes...

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Is China a Threat to the Indian Economy?

Is China a Threat to the Indian Economy?

By: Aravind Yelery | Issue: Book Excerpt: China: Threat or Challenge? | Date: 02 Feb , 2017

The Asian economies occupy a central position in the global economic and trade affairs. Although, each Asian economy has its own political paradigm, patterns of domestic growth and international...

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Staring Down the Dragon

Staring Down the Dragon

By: admin | Date: 02 Feb , 2017

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Civilian Rule is Repugnant to Pakistan

Civilian Rule is Repugnant to Pakistan

By: V.B.N. Ram | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 01 Feb , 2017

Former Pakistan President and Army Chief Gen Parvez Musharraf has made no bones of the fact the country is unsuited to civilian rule. It is no irony, therefore, that by imposing the emergency in...

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