In: India

Sympathy For Terrorists?
November 3, 2017

Recently some reports surfaced that Pakistani security services have detained the family of Allah Nazar, a self-styled Baloch separatist militant. Pakistani…

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Pakistan Nuclear Triad Approach & The Classical Triad Concept
September 7, 2017

Back during Cold War, nuclear weapon became enigma for being great power, a status of quality for any state and an…

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Trump draws geopolitical battle lines in South Asia
August 25, 2017

President Donald J. Trump has drawn battle lines in South Asia that are likely to have a ripple effect across Eurasia:…

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Kudashev Is No Kadakin, But That’s A Good Thing
August 23, 2017

The new Russian Ambassador to India, Nikolai Kudashev, is a Chinese-speaking career diplomat who’s a far cry away from the Indophile…

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Indo-Pak Maritime Power Struggle
August 20, 2017

Indian Ocean serves as linkage spot for global Sea Lines of Communications (SLOCs) emerging from both hemispheres. Presence of oil rich…

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Pakistan Needs to Shed Its Delusions on Afghanistan
August 8, 2017

For decades, Pakistanis have been told that Afghanistan is a “brotherly Islamic country” with cultural and people-to-people ties with Pakistan. For…

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The Gulf Crisis: Southeast Asia has seen it all before
June 20, 2017

Two competing visions of ensuring regime survival are battling it out in the Gulf. To Saudi Arabia and the United Arab…

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Facts First, Then Distort
June 16, 2017

Some people are of the opinion that India and Pakistan could have better relations, and that it is Pakistan who causes…

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A Jihadi Propaganda Machine? No.
June 16, 2017

We take it as a badge of honor to be honest. When we engage with analysts on social media, it’s to…

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The Chinese-Indian New Cold War – Conclusions
June 13, 2017

This is the sixth, and final, part of The Chinese-Indian New Cold War series from Andrew Korybko, looking at the region…

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