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Sikh Diaspora’s Increasing Political Clout

The Sikh diaspora has distinguished itself in different walks of life globally -- business, medicine, law, corporate sector. In recent years, Sikhs have also...

Why Is Japan Boosting Its Military Capabilities?

The second Sino-Japanese war lasted from 1937 until 1945 and was a protracted conflict between China and Japan. When Japan was finally defeated in...

Flying into Uncertainty: The Shadow Cast by Israel’s Drone Strikes

Over the weekend, the Israeli Intelligence Agency carried out an attack on an Iranian missile facility located in Isfahan, Iran. Iranian officials allege that...

Scrapping Iran Deal Sets Wrong Precedents for Global Non-Proliferation Regime

The Iran nuclear deal – or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – finalized in 2015 after almost 15 years of intense diplomacy, between...

From JCPOA to SCO: India’s Move Through the Asian Geopolitical Chessboard

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit from June 9-10 went largely along expected lines. The Indian PM Narendra Modi, met the Chinese President, Xi...

Small Signs of Resistance to Chinese Dominance in Southeast Asia

When the American strategic ‘pivot’ to Asia collapsed, China took the mantle of hegemonic leadership in Southeast Asia. The question of how to respond...

Vatican and China Deal: A Microcosm of Control

The Vatican and the Chinese government experienced difficulties in their relationship following the successful capture of power by the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) after...

Global Ethics, an Elusive Dream

According to The World Bank , 766 million people survived on only $1.90 a day in 2013, and 1.5 billion people suffered a form...

India-US-Russia and the S-400 Conundrum

Despite the Indian Defense Minister’s recent hint that the S-400 Triumf air defense missile systems for the Indian Air Force is in the final...

US-Pakistan Relations into a Downward Spiral: Implications for India

Recently, the US Defence Secretary Mike Pompeo reached out to Pakistan Army Chief, Qamar Javed Bajwa through a telephonic call. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauer...

Strategic Hedging Through Foreign Policy: Exploring India’s Options

India should end ambiguity in its foreign policy, especially one that sways between the pulls of its erstwhile non-aligned stance and the need for...

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Sikh Diaspora’s Increasing Political Clout

The Sikh diaspora has distinguished itself in different walks...

Why Is Japan Boosting Its Military Capabilities?

The second Sino-Japanese war lasted from 1937 until 1945...

Flying into Uncertainty: The Shadow Cast by Israel’s Drone Strikes

Over the weekend, the Israeli Intelligence Agency carried out...

Can the Burmese Defeat the Myanmar Junta?

On Feb. 01, 2021, Myanmar was taken by storm...

How the US Underestimates the Securitization Strategy of Subaltern

In its bid to universalize human rights principles, and...