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Ms. Anashwara Ashok is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Land Warfare Studies. She has completed her post-graduation in International Relations from O.P. Jindal Global University and holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Delhi. Her area of research at CLAWS includes Radicalisation and Transnational Organized Crimes.

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....

The Indian Army and Human Rights

“You are not there to fight the people in the area, but to protect them. You are fighting only those who threaten the people...

Northeast India: A Path to Regional Connectivity

World Bank in its report titled ‘A Glass Half Full: The Promise of Regional Trade in South Asia’ of 2018 remarked that the region...

Emerging Technologies: Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems

The introduction of Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) has revolutionised the nature of warfare and the way rules of war are comprehended in the...

Golden Triangle: Challenges to India’s National Security

Introduction Sun Tzu’s famous words “The nature of war is constant change” looks like a premonition of today’s world, engulfed in multiple types of war....

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