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Boundary Dispute of Barahoti Bowl in Central Sector: An Assessment

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05/10 | Webinar Invite | Third CLAWS – NIICE Annual Dialogue

Dear Sir/Ma'am, Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement (NIICE) is organizing the Third CLAWS-NIICE Annual Dialogue on 5 October 2021 at 1000hrs on the theme "Bonds that Bind: Physical, Cultural and Economic Connectivity between...

Book Review | Jihad as Grand Strategy: Islamist Militancy, National Security and the Pakistani...

The book Jihad as Grand Strategy: Islamist Militancy, National Security and the Pakistani State elucidates Pakistan’s 74-years old strategy of using proxy militants and...

Stabilising Afghanistan: Iran Factor

The Taliban takeover on 15 August of Kabul and the events leading up to the last US sortie out of the Kabul airport have...

The Pivotal Role of Sri Lanka between the Elephant and Dragon

The increased demand for natural resources and the need for economic growth combined with growing threat perceptions have attracted major powers into the Indian...

Book Review | Envisioning India’s Role in the Indo-Pacific

“The Indo-Pacific is both a place and an idea. It is the most globally connected region and the main highway for commerce and energy...

15/09 | Webinar Invite | Lessons For Military Commanders: Afghanistan

Dear Sir/Ma’am, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES  Welcomes You for a Webinar on  Lessons For Military Commanders: Afghanistan by General (Ret.) Stanley A. McChrystal, US Army (Former Commander, International Security Assistance...

15/09 | Webinar Invite | China’s Military Diplomacy in new Era and Implications for...

Dear Sir/Ma’am, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES  Welcomes You for a Webinar on  China's Military Diplomacy in new Era and Implications for India by Major General Dinesh Singh Rana, AVSM,...

Why Taliban’s Rise Should Worry India and its Neighbours

Taliban’s rise to power in Afghanistan is perhaps the most important geopolitical development of recent times. What worries global community is the possibility of...

Pakistan’s Case of Economic Windfalls and Its Experiment in Afghanistan

Abstract Over the past half-century, Pakistan has used the geostrategic events in Afghanistan as a strategic opportunity to resurrect its ailing economy and legitimise military...

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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...