Geopolitics

Pakistan boosts Telecommunication towers in POJK to aid terrorists

Pakistan boosts Telecommunication towers in POJK to aid terrorists

By: Aparna Rawal | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 22 Feb , 2024

Recently, reports of an increase in telecom Towers along the Line of Control in Pakistan Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have been surfacing. It is believed the increment in the number of towers along...

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Cloak and Dagger: China’s Intrigues in the South Asian Theater”

Cloak and Dagger: China’s Intrigues in the South Asian Theater”

By: Dr. Aniruddha Babar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 21 Feb , 2024

Upon Coco's isle, shadows intertwine, A military veil in silence unfurls, Obscured, clandestine, a dark design, Where hangars whisper secrets to the swirls. In Sri Lanka's embrace, a ground...

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Trump’s Next Presidency Promises a Significant Shift From The Past

Trump’s Next Presidency Promises a Significant Shift From The Past

By: M A Hossain | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Feb , 2024

According to all recent polls, Donald Trump is projected to win by a landslide against Joe Biden or any of the Democratic Party candidates. Over the past four years, Biden has created a series of...

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Pakistan Elections: Rawalpindi Wins Yet Once Again

Pakistan Elections: Rawalpindi Wins Yet Once Again

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 19 Feb , 2024

While Rawalpindi will outrightly reject the popular quip that while it has never won a war, the Pakistan army has never ever lost an election, but Pakistan’s recent election results has...

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Somalia piracy is extending to the East African coast

Somalia piracy is extending to the East African coast

By: KN Pandita | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 18 Feb , 2024

The concern For quite some time, Somali pirates have been on the prowl in the waters off the East African coast, harassing commercial vessels or looting them at gunpoint. This has caused concern...

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The (EU)-India Track 1.5 Dialogue on Countering Terrorism

The (EU)-India Track 1.5 Dialogue on Countering Terrorism

By: Dr Sudhir Hindwan | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 17 Feb , 2024

The (EU)-India Track 1.5 Dialogue on Countering Terrorism is a welcome step as it would strengthen cooperation and enhance mechanism dealing with myriad challenges posed by the ever increasing...

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China’s refusal to control Houthis Dangerous for the US

China’s refusal to control Houthis Dangerous for the US

By: Col (Dr) PK Vasudeva | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 15 Feb , 2024

US National Security Advisor (NSA) Jake Sullivan met Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Thailand on January 27 and 28, 2024, to use its good offices with Tehran to reign in...

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Pakistan under the Grab of Pseudo Military Rule

Pakistan under the Grab of Pseudo Military Rule

By: M A Hossain | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 13 Feb , 2024

Following the ousting of Prime Minister Imran Khan's government, a discernible anticipation prevailed among the politically astute regarding the conduct of elections in Pakistan. Even though, the...

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Pakistan Finally ends the Ordeal of a Sham Election

Pakistan Finally ends the Ordeal of a Sham Election

By: Ravi Srivastava | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 11 Feb , 2024

The culmination of Pakistan’s national election marks the beginning of immense volatility. Competing claims of election win has led to Pakistan paying even higher cost in loss of international...

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Two State Solution

Two State Solution

By: Col RN Ghosh Dastidar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 09 Feb , 2024

As the war in Gaza enters 125th day claiming over 1400 Israelis and 27,500 Palestinians (unconfirmed), 22nd January 2024 was the deadliest with 24 Israeli soldiers being killed in action. In the...

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Rethinking Deterrence in an age of International Anarchy

Rethinking Deterrence in an age of International Anarchy

By: Col Anil Athale | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 04 Feb , 2024

Nothing signified the current international anarchy more than the exchange of missiles and air attacks between Iran and Pakistan on 16th and 18 January 2024. Even a rag tag bunch like Houthi...

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The Concept of Just War and Outlines of the Just War Theory in IR

The Concept of Just War and Outlines of the Just War Theory in IR

By: Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirovic | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 Feb , 2024

As a matter of historical fact, since human beings have been living in settled communities (villages, towns, cities), they have sought to protect themselves against different types of military...

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Will the historically shattered “holyland” ever have peace?

Will the historically shattered “holyland” ever have peace?

By: Prashant Sharma | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 02 Feb , 2024

Israelis and Palestinians share a history marked by expulsions, killings, and divisions. Now, more than ever, it is crucial for both sides to actively seek ways to foster peace and create a...

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The Iran-Pakistan Spat

The Iran-Pakistan Spat

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 01 Feb , 2024

On January 27, 2024, unidentified gunmen killed nine and wounded three Pakistanis in the Sirkan neighbourhood of Saravan city, Sistan-Baluchistan Province of Iran. These Pakistanis were said to...

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Priority for Nirmala in the Interim Budget

Priority for Nirmala in the Interim Budget

By: Prof (Dr) SN Misra | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 30 Jan , 2024

Introduction The macroeconomic inputs for a  budget are often blighted by growth variables like investment, manufacturing, digital infrastructure, and FDI inflow, without accounting for manifest...

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India’s Longstanding Defense and Arms Relationship with Russia: Why India...

India’s Longstanding Defense and Arms Relationship with Russia: Why India...

By: Abhijit Sen  Ph.D | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 29 Jan , 2024

A recent movie about an Indian soldier and his tank squadron during the Bangladesh war of 1971 has garnered much attention in India for depicting a key battle that eventually led to a victory in...

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China is preparing for ‘history warfare’ that India must counter

China is preparing for ‘history warfare’ that India must counter

By: Claude Arpi | Issue: Courtesy: http://claudearpi.blogspot.in/ | Date: 28 Jan , 2024

Through 'history warfare', Communist China will try to prove that it has always occupied the Tibetan plateau and that the border areas (whether Tibet or Xinjiang) have always been under Chinese...

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Iran-Pakistan Standoff and Rawalpindi’s Jaish-ul-Adl Connection

Iran-Pakistan Standoff and Rawalpindi’s Jaish-ul-Adl Connection

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 27 Jan , 2024

A Faustian Deal In 2004, the then Pakistani President Gen Pervez Musharraf made a secret deal with the US allowing the Special Activities Division of Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] to use...

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Diplomatic Success: Unraveling the Key Agreements Between India and Nepal 

Diplomatic Success: Unraveling the Key Agreements Between India and Nepal 

By: Nikhil Sahu | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Jan , 2024

Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar embarked on a significant diplomatic mission to Kathmandu on January 4, 2023, undertaking a two-day visit to Nepal. The primary objective of this visit was...

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Tensions in the Red Sea

Tensions in the Red Sea

By: Col (Dr) PK Vasudeva | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 25 Jan , 2024

The Red Sea has become a very hot spot in the middle east because of increasing tensions between Yemen’s Houthi group and American and British warships involvement in the classic asymmetric...

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