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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...

Book Review| India’s Saudi Policy: Bridge To The Future

What are the factors which prevented India’s robust political engagement with Saudi Arabia post-Independence? What changes in policies and approaches have contributed to strengthened...

Book Review | Everyman’s War: Strategy, Security and Terrorism in India

In India the whole idea of internal security is very confined to terrorism, insurgency, extremism, failure of the Indian security system, etc. however the...

Book Review | The India Way- Strategies for an Uncertain World

About the author: Subramanian Jaishankar is currently appointed as the Minister of External Affairs. He was a former Indian diplomat who has served as...

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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...

Daesh’s influence in Southern India

Introduction In April 2019, on the weekend of the Christian Festival of Easter, the terror attack in India's neighbouring island country of Sri Lanka brought...

Book Review| India’s Saudi Policy: Bridge To The Future

What are the factors which prevented India’s robust political engagement with Saudi Arabia post-Independence? What changes in policies and approaches have contributed to strengthened...