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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...

Book Review | Changing Character of Hybrid Warfare: The Threat to India

During the emergence of the Cold War, US Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, said, “The ability to get to the verge without getting...

Book Review | Hybrid Warfare: The Changing Character Of Conflict

Through centuries, key stakeholders in the defence and security arena have waged wars through multiple means against their respective adversaries. Various factors functioning in...

Book Review| Choices: Inside the Making Of India’s Foreign Policy

“Diplomats do not combine means with a view to ends like engineers; they take risks like gamblers” – Raymond Aron The past two decades saw...

Book Review | Ten Lessons For A Post Pandemic World – Fareed Zakaria

About the author: Fareed Zakaria is an Indian-American journalist, political commentator, and author. He is the host of CNN’S Fareed Zakaria and writes a...

Book Review | Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order

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Book Review – Future Of Land Warfare: Beyond The Horizon

In order to understand the complexities of the dynamic reality in which the field of defense and strategic studies works, it is necessary to...

Book Review | My Enemy’s Enemy – India in Afghanistan from the Soviet Invasion...

Avinash Paliwal’s My Enemy’s Enemy places itself at the heart of Asian politics in general and South Asian politics in particular. It principally and...

Book Review | The Asian Waters

Sir Walter Raleigh has rightly remarked, “Whosoever commands the sea commands the trade, whosoever commands the trade of the world commands the riches of...

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