Is this India’s moment of reckoning ?

2022-05-15T13:47:29+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|

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The Russia-Ukraine conflict portends a reshaping of the world order. Ever since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, a paradigm of free societies, frictionless borders and open economies evolved to be the governing order in many nations. […]

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The 5-4-3-2 of USA’s Geopolitiking.

2022-03-09T07:22:45+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|Tags: |

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News: China has accused the U.S. of “stoking geopolitical rivalry” by “forming exclusive clubs”. By “strengthening the Five Eyes intelligence alliance and “peddling the Quad, piecing together AUKUS and tightening bilateral military alliances”, the U.S. was leading what the Chinese called a “five-four-three-two” formation in the region. […]

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Great Game in Central Asia.

2021-12-21T17:09:31+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|Tags: |

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Backgound:- The third India-Central Asia Dialogue convened by External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on Sunday is one in a series of timely connections to the region by New Delhi this year, spurred in some measure by events in Afghanistan. The dialogue has been held a month before leaders of all [...]

Understanding the Taliban for what it is

2021-10-06T15:31:35+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|Tags: |

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A realistic assessment of the circumstances in which it has to operate should have induced the Taliban regime in Afghanistan to follow a moderate course. Instead, it has sent out unmistakable signs of a preference for extremism. A peculiar state of mind is almost certainly in play, but [...]

[Geopolitics] India and China Border Dispute

2021-07-23T14:12:58+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|

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The British organised a conference in Shimla in 1914, which the representatives of China and Tibet attended. The conference’s objective was to negotiate a treaty that would demarcate the border between Tibet and British-ruled India. The British plan was to put pressure on the weak Chinese central government to [...]

[IR] G-7’s counter to China’s Belt and Road Initiative

2021-07-17T13:05:37+05:30By |Categories: FP & IR|

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G-7 leaders finally came around with the proposed Build Back Better World (B3W) to counter China’s rising influence across 100-plus countries through Belt Road Initiative (BRI) projects. The proposal, though at a nascent stage, aims to address the infrastructure investment deficit in developing and lower income [...]

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