Taliban and China: The Shape of Things to Come
While the world wrangles with the prospects and challenges coming across from Afghanistan, the constructive role the major powers and neighbouring states of Afghanistan hold to play in bringing about a well-defined and balanced approach is going to be decisive in shaping the future of regional as well as global security environment.
What Does Sri Lanka’s Hedging Behaviour Mean for India?
Sri Lanka’s hedging has resulted in a delicate balancing act between India and China. India’s engagement with it in the near future is bound to bring new changes to this equation and to the larger picture of Sino-Indian competition in South Asia.
It is Time for BRICS to Engage on Youth Empowerment
The importance of international efforts on mutual recognition of national documents of vaccination against COVID-19 and respective testing, especially for purpose of international travel should become a priority agenda for the BRICS countries.
SAARC’s Afghanistan Crisis
Attempts at resuscitation of SAARC is taking place and when the common enemy of COVID-19 enabled unprecedented virtual unions of all member states in the recent past, that the crisis in Afghanistan comes up as a test for the meaningful revival of the lagging regional forum.
Peacebuilding in Afghanistan: a Human Security Lens
The deficit of the Human Security Paradigm in the Afghan state-building endeavour, paved the way to a detached institution- one with which the local Afghan population could just not resonate. This tendency facilitated the resurgence of the Taliban, and it is solely this tendency that spurred crisis after crisis in the country that the whole world had once ambitiously embraced.
Why the US could not Uproot Taliban in the last 20 years?
The sustenance of Taliban against US forces lies in its organizational structure and working style providing the answers to its rise and offense.
Netaji and the Indo-Pacific Narrative
The Indo-Pacific may be a new strategic lexicon in the present context, but the region resonated in Netaji’s sustained perseverance for attaining Swaraj. He creatively intertwined India’s yearning for freedom with the prevailing dynamics of world history, and geopolitics during the Second World War.
Dateline Afghanistan: Lessons Learnt and What Next?
Afghanistan truly stands at a crossroads today. Inaction on the part of the United States and the larger international community would mean the reversal of gains made since 2001. The United Nations, the United States, and other stakeholders would do well to take immediate, proactive and concrete steps to secure Afghanistan from slipping into yet another vicious cycle of violence and bloodshed.
Has Afghanistan Paid the Price for Biden‘s “Foreign Policy for the American People”?
The fall of Kabul to the Taliban, and the complete chaos that ensued in the Kabul airport, turned many against President Biden’s foreign policy choice. Like many predecessors, President Biden and his foreign policy choices stand on the quintessential precipice of U.S. power to restore the fate of its own people while shaping the future of others beyond its homeland.
Analysing India’s role in the Afghan Peace Process
Afghanistan’s war is far from over. Many problems and hazards would be exacerbated if Qatar fails to reach an agreement. What happens in Afghanistan is never forgotten. As a result, India must rapidly form a coalition to encourage a strong regional diplomatic effort to resolve the Afghan crisis.
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