By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke India and China, the two biggest populated countries in Asia with different ideologies, culture, and government bodies has constantly engaged in wars, tensions, and conflicts with each other at either Himalayan border or at the Indian Ocean. Many scholars have citied the India-China rivalry as a classic example justified by theContinue reading “India-China Rivalry Best Explained by the Concept of “Security Dilemma””
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Did India Successfully Managed Tensions of its Strategic Partnerships between the US, Iran and Russia?
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke *The following article was originally published by the author in “Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Vol. 1” How successfully has India tried to manage the tensions between its strategic partnership with the United States on one hand and its strategic partnerships with Iran and Russia on the other? AsContinue reading “Did India Successfully Managed Tensions of its Strategic Partnerships between the US, Iran and Russia?”
Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Vol. 1- Strategy, India-China Affairs, & Cross-Strait Relations
About the book Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Volume 1 & 2 is the finest collection of research papers, Op-Eds, critical analysis report, and other essay formats written and compiled by the author. This volume includes a guest contribution by Binita Verma. This volume contains the following chapters; Chapter: 1- The Evolution ofContinue reading “Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Vol. 1- Strategy, India-China Affairs, & Cross-Strait Relations”
A New Opportunity
By Sauro Dasgupta As the government withdrew the three farm bills, it signified a greater shift in the Modi government’s public policy shift. It shows that the government can balance the interests of the country with the interests of the party. The Modi government got the farm bills passed in Parliament without a concrete discussion.Continue reading “A New Opportunity”
China’s 2035 Vision and It’s Implications in East Asia and India
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke While still many parts of the world are accusing China for the COVID-19 pandemic, the dragon has started formulating its next conquest. In late October 2020, Beijing held its fifth plenary session which discussed the draft proposal for the 11th five-year plan & the 2035 grand vision. The planning committee tookContinue reading “China’s 2035 Vision and It’s Implications in East Asia and India”
How Important is the Indo-Pacific Region to a Strategic India?
By Jay Maniyar The Indo-Pacific region is a constructed geography that stretches from the western Indian Ocean Region (IOR), inclusive of the Arabian Gulf in the north and East Africa in the south, all the way up to the western Americas. It has recently gained prominence as a result of its rising geostrategic profile inContinue reading “How Important is the Indo-Pacific Region to a Strategic India?”
Climate Change and Energy
By Mr. Babu LaL Meena Abstract “Climate change has happened because of human behaviour, therefore it’s only natural it should be us ,human beings ,to address this issue. It may not be too late if we take decisive actions today .” – Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary – General ,United Nations. India is both a major greenhouseContinue reading “Climate Change and Energy”
Uprising Local Militia and Intensity of Bloodshed in Afghanistan
By Nadir Shah Katawazai Recently, several districts fell under Taliban control, and the intensity of war from both sides is increasing day by day. The government has changed their plan regarding war and has asked people to shoulder the Afghan forces. The Minister of Defence has urged people to stand with Afghan forces to crushContinue reading “Uprising Local Militia and Intensity of Bloodshed in Afghanistan”
Beijing Consensus: China’s developmental alternative to the third world?
By Prashant Sahu Introduction The concept of “Beijing Consensus” (Beijing Gongshi 北京 共识) represents a set of ideas for economic development which tries to encapsulate the policies followed by China since 1978. In the wake of Global financial crisis (2008-09), this concept was promoted as an alternative development model, particularly suited to the Third WorldContinue reading “Beijing Consensus: China’s developmental alternative to the third world?”
Amateur Superpower of World Politics
By Subhash Bhambhu The US presidency proposed September 11 as the withdrawal deadline for the US and NATO forces to leave Afghan soil. The date is carefully chosen in remembrance of the 9/11 attack. In an interview with Yahoo News, former White House adviser Richard Clarke indicated that there is a high probability of collapsingContinue reading “Amateur Superpower of World Politics”