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Chabahar and Taliban: India’s Opportunity to be a Regional Stakeholder?

  India’s perceptive on the strategic importance of the Chabahar port in Iran can be a well-earned asset if dealt properly. Since 2001, India has...

Indo-Pak Economic Relations with Reference to MFN Withdrawal and Its Implications

In the globalised world, economy and security are two sides of the same coin. Economies are driving the nations today. When we talk about...

Terror at Pulwama – ‘Game Over’ for Pakistan

As the news of a suicide car bomb attack on a convoy of security forces on Srinagar–Jammu Highway on 14 February 2019 started filtering...

AI-Nuclear Menace: Emerging Trends

  In contrast to the bipolar world order during the Cold War, the world today witnesses multipolarity characterised by the existence of Nuclear Weapons States...

The ‘Final Offensive’ by US-Backed Forces Against IS: Is it Really the End?

  Introduction The build-up to the United States (US)-backed Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) ‘final battle’ can be seen in the December 19, 2018 tweets by President...

J&K Interlocutor and his Peace Mission in Kashmir

Background It’s been more than a year that the Government of India has nominated a dedicated interlocutor for a peace mission to Jammu and Kashmir...

Defence Budget 2019-20: Does Budget Support ‘Make-in-India’ in Defence?

The interim Union Budget for the financial year 2019-20, was presented by the interim Finance Minister, Shri Piyush Goyal in the Lok Sabha on...

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