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Book Review | Economics in the Age of COVID-19

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No Lasissez-Faire After Ladakh

The India-China tensions continue across the border and as per some reports, the Chinese troops have possibly built up defensive positions at the same...

Book Review | Book- The Psychology of Terrorism

Book- The Psychology of TerrorismAuthor- John HorganPublisher- Routledge Taylor and FrancisISBN- 0-7146-5262-8 (hdbk.)   0-7146-8239-X (pbk.)The author presents a critical view of the already known...

Galwan Valley Flashpoint: A New Low in India-China Relations

Introduction The celebratory tone to mark seventy years of diplomatic relations between India and China has been today overshadowed by the long-standing border standoff in...

Economy, Pandemic and the Uncertainty : Challenges for India

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India’s Security : Snippets From Gurmeet Kanwal’s Thoughts

Introduction Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal was commissioned into the Regiment of Artillery on 31 March 1972. A brilliant officer, he had a flair for writing, which...

Challenges and Threat perceptions with respect to Pakistan in the COVID-19 Times

A central, persistent theme in the South Asian region has been India and Pakistan rivalry.  Their relations by and large have always been a...


Introduction GK Chesterton in his book “The Thing” talks about a town where there is a fence that’s been constructed across a road.  A modern...

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Indo-French Relations: The New Strategic Contours

INTRODUCTION India and France have been enjoying a steady and fruitful relationship over the years. Post-Independence, India experienced a globally stable yet a ‘fluctuative relationship’...

Sri Lankan Economic Woes and Chinese Help

The Chinese footprint has been growing in South-Asia in recent years. It has been applying smart power diplomacy i.e. a combination of hard power...

Kuwait’s Expatriate Quota Bill: How does it concern India?

In September 2011, when the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced the Nitaqat (Nationalisation policy) programme, there was a huge inflow of Indian migrants flying...