Scholars’ Point

Chinese Aggressions along the LAC: Diversionary Tactic from the Indo-Pacific?

China has strategized and exploited India based on India’s continental bias. While our land frontiers are important, equal importance must be given to our oceans as well. Perhaps, response to Chinese aggression…

A Refurbished ISIS in the Philippines

There are still significant security issues facing the Philippines on many fronts. Militant groups take advantage of the outbreak of COVID-19 and are actively promoting violence and aggression against government forces and…

India-Australia Partnership: Game-Changer for Regional Security?

In a post-COVID-19 world order, the India-Australia relationship can significantly shape geopolitical dynamics. Not only does the relationship possess the capacity to jointly dominate the Indo-Pacific narrative with the U.S and Japan…

Effects of Covid-19 Pandemic on the Interconnected World

The post COVID-19 world will no doubt recover from the damage but, its socio-economic and political impact can linger well beyond its immediate exit. Nevertheless, even the most negative forecast about the…

Mission SAGAR: An Indian Soft Power Knock To Chinese Hard Power

While China’s image is crumbling due to COVID-19, the supply of faulty kits, and assertive actions on multiple fronts, including in the South China Sea and IOR, India has an opportunity to…

Aarogya Setu App- Public Health and Privacy in time of Covid-19

Several people have raised concerns over the overarching powers of government-employed during the pandemic. Contact tracing apps have been blamed for increased central control and surveillance through personal data collection.

The Perils of the Pandemic: Challenging Times for Migrants

The return of normalcy to the migrant issue should be a priority!

China’s Pandemic Response: A SARS-Covid-19 Comparison

Therefore, Huang argued in 2004 that absent of a fundamental change in the Chinese political system; it is likely that cover-up and inaction will be repeated in the future.

Emerging threats of Maritime Piracy in South East Asia

The governments of Southeast Asian nations are not only struggling to deal with COVID-19 in the face of a global pandemic but are also facing both recurrent and fresh threats on the…

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