Home Authors Posts by Alakh Ranjan

Alakh Ranjan

6 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Spread of the Dragon in Himalayan Democracy and its Implications for India

Click Here⇒Spread of the Dragon in Himalayan Democracy and its Implications for India

Sri Lankan Economic Woes and Chinese Help

The Chinese footprint has been growing in South-Asia in recent years. It has been applying smart power diplomacy i.e. a combination of hard power...

Assessing the Revival of SAARC post-March 15 Meeting

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), an organisation formed in 1985, with a vision to form a South-Asian unity. An organisation whose obituary...

China Boosts Engagement with Bangladesh amid COVID Crisis

Bangladesh was reported as the fastest growing economy of South-Asia in 2019. It had been growing at seven percent for the last five years...

Enhancing India’s Defence Diplomacy –the Need of the Hour

“You can do a lot with diplomacy but of course, you can do a lot more with diplomacy backed up with firmness and force.''...

Soft Power Diplomacy: New Template of India-Myanmar Relations

Soft Power Diplomacy: New Template of India-Myanmar Relations By Alakh Ranjan India-Myanmar relationship has gained importance under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Act East’ policy. PM Modi...

Analysing the China-Myanmar relations: A fruit of Western Isolation

President Xi Jinping was on a two-day (17th and 18th January 2020) visit to Myanmar and this was the first visit by a Chinese...

Stay Connected

3,908FansLike
410FollowersFollow
8,101FollowersFollow
627SubscribersSubscribe

Latest article

Evolution of Warfighting Strategy in India

 “The Indian Army’s prevailing doctrine leaves the military with two main choices: do nothing or risk wars it cannot win. The Indian Army needs...

Pakistan Tango with Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

FATF or it's not so common French Name Groupe d’action Financiere (GAFI) was constituted on 14th July 1989 by a group of G-7 countries...

Book Review: Pakistan: The Balochistan Conundrum

Click Here ⇒ Book Review | Pakistan-The Balochistan Conundrum