Articles in Geopolitics

Regional Implications: If and When the US withdraws from Afghanistan

Regional Implications: If and When the US withdraws from Afghanistan

By: Ramtanu Maitra | Issue: Courtesy: Aakrosh | Date: 02 Jul , 2012

Much more importantly, however, an answer to the question of what the U.S. endgame in Afghanistan will look like, and when it will happen, appears to have become more elusive than ever as a result...

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The Final Betrayal

The Final Betrayal

By: admin | Date: 01 Jul , 2012

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Busy buying peace for others

Busy buying peace for others

By: admin | Date: 30 Jun , 2012

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Time New Delhi calls Islamabad’s Bluff!

Time New Delhi calls Islamabad’s Bluff!

By: Bharat Verma | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 28 Jun , 2012

Pakistan once again managed to befool New Delhi and the Indian media through its diversionary tactics. They cleverly diverted the attention from the unfolding big Abu Jindal story, where...

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Our real adversary is China not the US!

Our real adversary is China not the US!

By: Kanwal Sibal | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Jun , 2012

US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s visit to India on June 5-6 and the third round of the India-US Strategic dialogue at Washington on June 13 have provoked much commentary on the direction of...

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Myanmar: Rush is Ok, But not Gold Rush

Myanmar: Rush is Ok, But not Gold Rush

By: B Raman | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Jun , 2012

The elected MsP belonging to Aung San SuuKyi’s NationaL League for Democracy (NLD) took their seats as newly elected members of the lower House of the Myanmar Parliament when its session began...

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By: admin | Date: 26 Jun , 2012

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China Is Worried about the U.S. Return to Asia

China Is Worried about the U.S. Return to Asia

By: IDR News Network | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 23 Jun , 2012

On June 29, 2012, China Review News published an article titled “China Also Needs to ‘Re-Balance’ with the United States.” The author of the article concedes that China is worried about...

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Stabilising Afghanistan

Stabilising Afghanistan

By: Y.K. Gera | Issue: Courtesy: Aakrosh | Date: 22 Jun , 2012

Afghanistan connects south Asia, central Asia and west Asia, or the Middle East as the Western powers call it. Afghanistan has land borders with Pakistan (south Asia), Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan,...

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The Political Dimensions of Sino-India Relations

The Political Dimensions of Sino-India Relations

By: PM Heblikar | Issue: Vol. 27.2 Apr-Jun 2012 | Date: 21 Jun , 2012

Today, there is a pronounced asymmetry between India and China. This is visible in terms of international influence that China wields owing to its strategic stature that flows from its economic...

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Why the existence of Pakistan is not in India’s interest

Why the existence of Pakistan is not in India’s interest

By: Dr Amarjit Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 19 Jun , 2012

Pakistan has been a thorn in India’s left side for 65 years, and amazingly, India has tolerated its pain and irritation, against most odds of human nature.  After four wars and multiple proxy...

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The Security Environment in and around India

The Security Environment in and around India

By: Maj Gen Afsir Karim | Issue: Courtesy: Aakrosh | Date: 18 Jun , 2012

The gradual erosion of the political authority is evident in many parts of India, mainly due to poor governance and polarisation in society. There is unrest in society due to caste and religious...

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Israel attack on Iraq: likely scenario and impact

Israel attack on Iraq: likely scenario and impact

By: Maj Gen GD Bakshi, (Retd) | Issue: Vol 23.3 Jul-Sep 2008 | Date: 17 Jun , 2012

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd"> The United States had engaged in a high profile coercive deployment of naval forces in the Gulf from end 2006 to early 2007 to deter Iran from proceeding apace with its nuclear enrichment...

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