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Defence diplomacy as a concept emerged in the post-Cold War era in order to deal with the new set of challenges that the international...

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Book Review | Contest for the Indo-Pacific: Why China Won’t Map the Future

The Indo-Pacific region has turned into one of the most critical regions in the 21st century, affecting the entire world's power dynamics. As the...

Book Review | India’s Wars: A Military History, 1947-1971

Very little is known by the public about Modern India’s military history, most of the historical discourse is about the freedom struggle and the...

Book Review | Challenge and Strategy: Rethinking India’s Foreign Policy

A large number of educated Indians, feel that 21st century India should play a more active role in international affairs, and with the world’s...

Women in Conflict Zones: Navigating the Complexities

In the nexus of politics that operates in conflict zones, women and their access to basic rights are often left out. The cascading struggles...

Chinese Debt Trap Diplomacy in Hambantota: Implications.

With the end of the Cold War in 1991, the United States of America became to the sole successor of the world’s leadership turning...

China’s Information Warfare Strategy and its implications for India

 “If you know your enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles “ - Sun Tzu   Introduction Since ages, information is...

Book Review | ‘The US Pivot and Indian Foreign Policy’

The premise of the book titled “The US Pivot and the Indian Foreign Policy” is centered around the rise of China as a challenger...

Book Review | A promised Land

A Promised Land, is the first in a planned two-volume series memoir. What makes this book exclusive and interesting is the fact that the...

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