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Webinar Invite | Great Power Competition In The Indo-Pacific, Wednesday, 23rd February, 2022 at...

Dear Sir/Ma'am,    CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES    Welcomes You for a Webinar on  GREAT POWER COMPETITION IN THE INDO-PACIFIC With Dr. Peter Layton Visiting Fellow at the Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith...

J&K: A Geo – Historical Perspective

Introduction On 05 August 2019, India initiated important steps to administratively reorganise the state of Jammu and Kashmir by abrogating Articles 370 & 35A of...

Boundary Issue With India: Nepal’s New Catalyst for Domestic Politics

IntroductionA recent flare up of the Kalapani-Lipulek boundary issue between India and Nepal was marked by raging nationalist sentiments in Nepal. In recent years,...

India, Pakistan and the Stability-Instability Paradox

IntroductionThe Pulwama attack was a crucial moment for India-Pakistan relations in recent history. The attack in which 40 security personnel of the Central Reserve...

Book Review | India’s China Challenge: A Journey Through China’s Rise And What It...

Scholars around the world have been debating about the emergence of China as a global power for some time now. India's China Challenge is...

Book Review | Taiwan And China: Fitful Embrace

As ever, a good book contextualising the present must present the reader with a brief account of the past. In this light, “Fitful Embrace”...

Understanding Strategic Culture: A Case Study of Pakistan

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U.S. Sanctions Bangladesh – A Case of Bad Geopolitics?

IntroductionOn 10 December 2021 – International Human Rights Day, the U.S. Department of the Treasury placed sanctions on several countries for human rights abuses....

Decoding India-Myanmar Conundrum

India’s foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla was on a two-day visit to Myanmar on 22-23 December 2021, the country’s first high-level visit since the...

Book Review | All Roads Lead North: Nepal’s Turn To China

The China-Nepal bonhomie has been a matter of much discussion amongst the Indian policymakers as of late. The blatant interference by the Chinese in...

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Cities As Battlefields: Adapting International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in the Context of Changing Character...

Read Here ⇒ Cities As Battlefields: Adapting International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in the Context of Changing Character of Warfare

Book Review | Spheres of Transnational Ecoviolence

“In many ways, and from the vantage point of future generations, present action and lack of action around climate change will most likely constitute...

Book Review | Open Secrets: The Explosive Memoirs of an Indian Intelligence Officer

"A king shall have his agents in the courts of the enemy, the ally, the middle and the neutral kings to spy on the...