Articles in Geopolitics

By: admin | Date: 02 Jun , 2023

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Russian trenches major challenge for Ukraine's counter-offensive

Russian trenches major challenge for Ukraine's counter-offensive

By: Prakash Panneerselvam | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 01 Jun , 2023

The Ukrainian army is preparing for a counter-offensive to recapture Donbas and Crimea, which are currently occupied by Russian forces. Ukraine has raised eight ‘storm brigades” specifically...

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An Overview of UN Peacekeeping Operations

An Overview of UN Peacekeeping Operations

By: Michael K Touthang | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 30 May , 2023

29th May is observed every year as International Day of UN Peacekeepers. The United Nations was established in the aftermath of the World War II to save succeeding generations from the scourge of...

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Russia will not allow hunger in the world

Russia will not allow hunger in the world

By: Slavisha Batko Milacic | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 29 May , 2023

A year after the war in Ukraine began, grain exports across the Black Sea will be extended for another two months. This is a very important deal, given the deepening of global hunger. And today,...

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Islamic Jihad Emerging as Most Eminent Threat from Gaza

Islamic Jihad Emerging as Most Eminent Threat from Gaza

By: Manish Rai | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 25 May , 2023

The ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) has taken effect in the Gaza Strip after days of cross-border fighting. The confrontation left at least 33 Palestinians dead...

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By: admin | Date: 23 May , 2023

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India France Nuclear Ability and Liability: Jaitapur Nuclear Plant

India France Nuclear Ability and Liability: Jaitapur Nuclear Plant

By: Abhyuday Saraswat | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 22 May , 2023

India-France nuclear relations have been growing stronger over the years. The two countries have had a long-standing partnership in the field of nuclear energy, which has been strengthened by...

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Taliban’s Failed Coup to Establish a Foothold in Afghan Embassy in India

Taliban’s Failed Coup to Establish a Foothold in Afghan Embassy in India

By: Neelapu Shanti | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 21 May , 2023

The recent surreptitious coup by the Taliban to insert its member in the Afghan Mission in New Delhi on April 25, 2023, raised the fundamental issue of the so-called Taliban government’s latent...

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Dollar and the Petrodollar

Dollar and the Petrodollar

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 May , 2023

The POTUS Joe Biden’s visit to Papua New Guinea in a bid to counter growing Chinese influence in the Pacific has been cancelled. Biden also cancelled attending the QUAD meeting scheduled in...

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Pakistan in Spirals: A Road to nowhere

Pakistan in Spirals: A Road to nowhere

By: Lt Gen Rameshwar Yadav | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 19 May , 2023

75 Years of sham of democracy  seems to be heading towards course correction, albeit in a revolutionary format in Pakistan. Nothing surprising in a politically skewed environment with deep...

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Challenges in South Asia – Can India Ride the Tide?

Challenges in South Asia – Can India Ride the Tide?

By: Dr Manavik Raj | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 18 May , 2023

India’s role in diplomacy and strategic thinking has a rich legacy. From being a civilizational state to embracing non-alignment, the contours of statesmanship have taken a new dimension. The...

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Tackling International Food Security

Tackling International Food Security

By: Col (Dr) PK Vasudeva | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 17 May , 2023

At meetings open to all World Trade Organisation (WTO) members on 3-4 May, the chair of the agriculture negotiations — Alparslan Acarsoy of Türkiye — urged participants to accelerate their...

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Finland’s Accession to NATO: What it means for European Security

Finland’s Accession to NATO: What it means for European Security

By: Shreya Sinha | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 15 May , 2023

As the security environment across the Atlantic turns unpredictable and complex, the relationship between the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is becoming more essential...

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict : China in ‘Avtar’ of a Peace Maker

Russia-Ukraine Conflict : China in ‘Avtar’ of a Peace Maker

By: Lt Gen Rameshwar Yadav | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 12 May , 2023

“China can have only one ally : China itself. China can only have one set of interests: pro China ones. Chinese foreign policy is utterly devoid of altruism.” You have started a war that...

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Warmonger Brains

Warmonger Brains

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 08 May , 2023

The US-led West is crying hoarse about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine but the US history is blackest of the black having attacked, bombed and invaded hundreds of countries for economic and...

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By: admin | Date: 03 May , 2023

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The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) and the decline of US Leadership

The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) and the decline of US Leadership

By: Dr Rajasimman Sundaram | Issue: Vol. 38.1, Jan-Mar 2023 | Date: 01 May , 2023

The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) Having first been conceived in October 2021, and launched in May 2022, the United States (US) Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Secretary of...

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Can China Broker Ukraine Ceasefire?

Can China Broker Ukraine Ceasefire?

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 30 Apr , 2023

The first ever telephone conversation between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky on April 26, 2023, was weeks after Zelensky sought their meeting and even sent...

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