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Front Organisations: The Valley’s Homegrown ‘Resistance’ or Pakistan’s Evolving Terrorism Tactics?

Introduction It is certainly not dubious that from the early years of its Independence itself, Pakistan has sought a sense of achievement by brewing trouble...

LOC-isation of LAC: Pragmatic Appreciation

In a candid statement on the floor of the Indian Parliament on 15 and 17 Sep 2020, the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stated that...

Review Essay: Annual Reports on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean...

 Review Essay: Annual Reports on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region 

Pakistan’s Strategic Choices – Abyss Or Albatross

While the COVID-19 earlier and China thereafter has kept India occupied along Northern Borders, Pakistan faded out of the prominent and popular domestic narrative...

Fighting Radicalisation to Counter Terrorism in India

Increasing radicalisation across the globe has been a major source of concern for security agencies world over. While the most common thread that the...

Leadership Of Ummah: Choices For Pakistan

In an article published by Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS) in Aug 2019, I had elucidated on the (un)holy embrace of Pakistan with...

Making Indian Armed Forces Financially Self Reliant.

Introduction On the heels of my earlier article published by IDR, some very important initiatives have been announced and steps taken by the Government. While...

Kashmir Conflict: Militancy in the Digital Age

Jammu and Kashmir have been a source of conflict between India and Pakistan for more than 70 years. The volatile security situation in the...

CLAWS – BIPSS Collaboration

Joint Research Collaboration  CLAWS (New Delhi) - Bangladesh Institute of Peace  and Security Studies (BIPSS) (Bangladesh)Click Here ⇒ Conflict Resolution Methodologies and Approaches: United Nations...

The Legal Dispute over the Durand Line

The Durand Line is the infamous, contentious border between two hostile nations, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Where one repudiates the demarcation and questions its legality,...

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