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Political Crisis in Iraq: Challenges for India

October 2019, saw Iraqi citizens come out on the streets to protest against their government. The protest, that began as small rallies in certain...

Indo-Pacific: The Way Forward In The New Asian Dynamics

Indo-Pacific: The Way Forward In The New Asian Dynamics By Akanksha Chopra   Introduction The term ‘Indo-Pacific’ first used as a geopolitical construct by Captain (Dr.) Gurpreet S Khurana...

Pakistan’s Nuclear Sabre-rattling: Tactical Nuclear Weapons are Unusable during War

Several times since India’s air strikes on the terrorist training facility at Balakot in Pakistan in February 2019, Prime Minister Imran Khan and his...

A ‘Big’ Deal – Big Data Analytics

Changing Security Environment Actionable intelligence is at the core of success of operations. With the digitisation of the world, not only have the sources of...

Blockchain & China’s Quest for Financial Dominance

In today’s technology-driven world, tech-dominance is essential to increasing the profile and influence of a country. This seems to be the core thought driving...

Changing Dynamics of Sino-US Relations: Testing the Troubled Waters

“Your handshake came over the vastest ocean in the world – twenty five years of no communication” ---- Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai to US...

Jammu & Kashmir: The Real Side of the Story

Jammu & Kashmir: The Real Side of the Story “In 1979, we had introduced religious militancy in Afghanistan to benefit Pakistan, and to push the...

Lifelines of Terror in Pakistan

Lifelines of Terror in Pakistan- -Katyayinee Richhariya They say money is a terrible master, but an excellent servant and it has been effectively put to service...

Radicalisation: Perspectives from India and Bangladesh

   CLAWS (New Delhi) - Bangladesh Institute of Peace  and Security Studies (BIPSS) (Bangladesh)   Key Challenges of Radicalisation: Perspective from Bangladesh By Shafqat Munir, Head of Bangladesh Centre...

Conflict Resolution: Perspectives from India and United States

 CLAWS (New Delhi) - Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (US)   The American Experience with Conflict Resolution By Michael Kugelman,Deputy director of the Asia Program and senior...

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