India-US Synergy towards a Greener Future
India and the USA have evolved as partners transcending the conventional domains of cooperation while recognizing climate change as a central pillar of strategic partnership. The ambitious pathway being paved by both the countries has the potential to advance global climate progress, affirm global climate leadership and create sustainable markets.
Iran’s Teetotum Stakes in Afghanistan
Iran has had a longstanding involvement in the internal matters of Afghanistan and has played a crucial role in the power dynamics that exists within Afghanistan. With Blinken’s suggestion of bringing together the players who have their stakes on Afghanistan, it has been made clear that negotiations with Taliban cannot be made in isolation involving only USA or the Afghan government.
China’s AI Development: Progress, Military Applications and Impact on China’s Military Strategy
As strategic competition between the US and China is intensifying, both the giant and the rising titan, respectively, are obsessed with securing their strategic interests, emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) yields promising security returns, countries are busy incorporating such technologies into their weapon system.
Indo-Nepal Relations on the Anvil
Indo-Nepal relations have long historical ties which needs to be fully initiated by India diplomatically, economically and socially with Nepal in light of the relations reaching a low point over several issues and growing influence of China.
India’s Rise and the Indian Ocean Region
Debajit Borauh 29th May 2021 A pioneer of India’s maritime power theory, KM Panikkar said that, “to other countries the Indian Ocean could be only one of the important oceanic areas, but to India it is a vital sea because its lifelines are concentrated in that area, its freedom is dependent on the freedom of […]
Taiwan’s Status: The Past, Present and Future
Srimedha Bandi 29th May 2021 Taiwan officially known as the Republic of China is an island located ninety miles off the southern coast of China and is home to the Austronesian tribes, migrants Fujian (Fukien) province and Guangdong. Contemporarily the island is independently governed from the mainland yet the first instances of Chinese control date […]
Against the U.S. Critical Infrastructures: Super Terrorism makes a Comeback
The current trepidation in the form of the Colonial pipeline cyberattacks in the US is a new entrant of the order of antagonistic intent has been observed through the phenomenon of, Super terrorism which utilizes unconventional and hidden instruments of unleashing carnage on the democracies of the international system.
Drugs-Taliban Nexus in Afghanistan and the US withdrawal
The resurgence of Taliban as a political and military force in Afghanistan has raised a number of questions regarding the future of the war torn country. While external players and regional stakeholders monitor the treacherous path to peace in Afghanistan, it is all the more relevant to put the drug menace right at the centre of any talks with the Taliban.
China’s Military Strategy: The Past, Present and Future
Beijing’s success lies in working on their weaknesses and mitigating their vulnerabilities. Since Beijing’s rise is structurally favoured, it is using mechanisms and strategies that fall short of conventional warfare, to prolong allied responses.
Australia’s Media Code Battle and Government Regulation of Tech Giants
The Australian attempt of tech regulation is not just about copyright news, but the growing power of giant technology companies, which is changing the world, declaring war on state power. The blow of the giant Facebook to the Australian legal power has caused shock and discontent not only in the country. In addition, the dependence of press agencies on social media and considering it as a virtual channel to appeal to the public, can be a risk.
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