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Kabul, New Delhi’s pushback
1 March 2017 News ≈ Opinion

Russia hosted a six-nation conference on Afghanistan’s future in Moscow two weeks ago which saw participation from India, Iran, Pakistan, China and Afghanistan. This was Russia’s second initiative after the first trilateral conference in December last year which only included China and Pakistan. These Moscow talks come almost 38 years after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in Decembe

Ani Das
Today’s capabilities, tomorrow’s conflicts
22 February 2017 News ≈ Opinion

As India actively aspires to shape its security environment in South Asia and beyond, the future set of demands on the Indian military will be heavily influenced by its evolving global and regional environment. India is situated in a difficult neighbourhood where security threats are expected and predictable but can also be unexpected and unforeseen. Combined with the increasing need to project po

Monali Roy
Is the “Asian Century” over before it has begun?
14 February 2017 News ≈ Opinion

Ever since Japan began to be viewed as an economic juggernaut in the 1970s, the world has anticipated the “Asian Century.” Predictions of America and Europe’s inevitable decline and Asia’s inexorable rise have been staples of books, newspaper and magazine articles, and news shows for decades.[i] In a tectonic shift in global power similar to the one that took place in

Ani Das
China and India should create shared goals: Chinese diplomat
13 February 2017 News ≈ Opinion

Source: Photolabs@ORF INDIA-CHINA PRINT MEDIA PUBLIC OPINION China and India are both now rising powers and therefore as neighbours, there is a necessity to create shared goals, according to Mr. Ma Zhanwu, the Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Kolkata. Releasing the ORF report “Understanding China: Indian Media’s Perception of China —Anal

Soumya Roy
Men in the shadows how appointment of Lt Gen Rawat left a bad taste
19 January 2017 News ≈ Opinion

The Government was well within its rights to appoint Lt Gen Bipin Rawat as the Chief of Army Staff. Even in Pakistan, where the army actually runs the show, the prerogative of appointing the chief rests in the hands of the civilian government. This is how it should be. But the appointment left a bad taste in the mouths of many after the remarks of Lt Gen Pravin Bakshi surfaced. Taken in conjun

Hansal Mehta
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