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A Battle of Narratives: Challenge of Psychological Warfare to India

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Galwan Valley Flashpoint: A New Low in India-China Relations

Introduction The celebratory tone to mark seventy years of diplomatic relations between India and China has been today overshadowed by the long-standing border standoff in...

Integrating Jammu and Kashmir with a Developmental Approach

An unprecedented decision by the Government of India was taken on 5 August 2019, the decision to abrogate Article 370 and Article 35A along...

Pandemic as a ‘Window of Opportunity’ for Terrorists

Introduction The world is today fighting an invisible enemy that has brought almost the entire human race to a standstill. Streets have beendeserted , daily...

Arms Smuggling- A Threat to National Security

Introduction The concept of security has broadened over the years. Along with the traditional threats to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of a state, it...

The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism and Challenge to India

Introduction Terrorism is one of the worst and major challenges encountered by humanity and no modern society has achieved outright victory over it. The face...

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...

Vietnam in India’s Act East Policy

Historical ties between India and Vietnam date back to the second century and both the countries formalised their diplomatic relations on 7 January 1972....

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Indo-French Relations: The New Strategic Contours

INTRODUCTION India and France have been enjoying a steady and fruitful relationship over the years. Post-Independence, India experienced a globally stable yet a ‘fluctuative relationship’...

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...

Kuwait’s Expatriate Quota Bill: How does it concern India?

In September 2011, when the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced the Nitaqat (Nationalisation policy) programme, there was a huge inflow of Indian migrants flying...