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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...

OF CHESTERTON’S FENCE AND CHANGE : ACK ACK ARTILLERY TO AIR DEFENCE

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

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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...