Experts’ Column

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…

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…

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…

India’s strategy for Indian Ocean region (IOR) has been concentrated mostly in and around the Bay of Bengal region. India needs to first clearly define IOR for its larger interests and devise a grand strategy…

Dr Małgorzata Bonikowska and Dr Bruno Surdel 26th April 2021   Pic Courtesy: PIB Delhi                    Challenged by a resurgence of  power politics on a global scale,…

The military coup in Myanmar poses great danger with extremely complex situation with Suu Kyii under arrest, population is out in open confronting the Tatmadaw.

The significance of the First Quad Summit lies in the fact that it helped in synergising relations among India, Japan, the United States and Australia in a more   robust geopolitical framework.

Despite China’s attempt to trouble Taiwan, the political stability under the leadership of President Tsai and her success in containing COVID 19 outbreak has highlighted Taiwan’s global image in 2020. There is no doubt that…

Being a major global power along with  Indo-Pacific actor, India, should take the lead in creating a new regional security structure by involving countries like Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Russia, Kazakhstan and the Philippines.  This…

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