Strategic Research

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The Viyug’s Strategic Research (VSR) was established on late September, 2019. Study, Analyse, Execute, and Overcome: This 4 keywords summarise our motto behind this establishment. We conduct deep analyses on behaviour pattern on various countries using top-notch analytical methods. We analyse a nation’s stand with respective to its International Policies. Even one of our strategic analysis was featured in “The Eastern Herald” (a leading source of online news magazine). As of now we focus on the countries of South East Asia. Read some of our article below.

An Suggested Policy Memo for Improving the Cybersecurity by Romania’s National Cyber Security Directorate

By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke TO: Directorate National De Securitate Cibernetica, Romania1 FROM: The National Security Advisor RE: Our policy on countering recent cyberattacks (2022) and improving Romania’s Cybersecurity. Objectives Background On April 26, 2022, Romania’s high-profile delegations like Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu, and the President of the Chamber of…

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Does Human Intelligence Still Matters in the 21st Century?

By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke Abstract This Paper dwells on finding whether the aspect of human intelligence still remains in the 21st century. The rapid technological advancements in the past two decades changed the dynamics of threat perception so did the landscape of security and intelligence. From using traditional methods of spying like undercover agents in…

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The Viability of Deterrence Strategies in the 21st Century

By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke Abstract In the 21st Century, world saw major shift in deterrence strategies such as from nuclear to cyber to economic sanctions. This paper is an attempt to bring out the viability of deterrence by analysing the current geopolitical happenings around the world. Further this paper brings out how non-nuclear states have…

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Examining India’s Stance on the Rohingya Crisis

By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke When a nation feels that it is threatened by outside forces paving way for incursions into their sphere of influence, that nation will undertake any means to stop it. Myanmar, being predominantly a Buddhist nation felt that Rohingyas (a Muslim community) have started occupying their sphere of influence resulting in decrease…

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