Sharing my article published in Journal of the United Service Institution of India, Volume: CXLVIII No. 614, Period: September 2018 – December 2018 Publisher: USI of India, New Delhi USI of India is the oldest Think-Tank in India. The quarterly USI Journal is the oldest surviving defence journal in Asia, having first appeared in 1872 has been an uninterrupted Journal … Continue reading US – China Heated Cold War finds Taiwan as a Sensitive Spot
National Security has a wide span and needs to cover much wider period for meaningful analysis, but to be realistic about current security dynamics in the country, speculating the immediate trends under the existing realities may be a useful, because in high voltage political scenario in the country due to 2019 elections, the National Security … Continue reading How Secure will India be in 2019?
Why China is keeping a tight grip on Xinjiang Why China is keeping a tight grip on Xinjiang The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is one of the most tightly controlled areas in China. Human rights activist... Sharing a video and an article published by South China Morning Post on the subject. The cat is … Continue reading Xinjiang; The cat is out of the bag!
River Yarlung Tsangpo when enters Siang district is commonly called as Siang River, which drains to join other rivers to be called as Brahmaputra River. Its water had been abnormally muddy, murky and black since last November. It has turned abnormally turbulent since last two weeks creating suspicion of unusual intervention. In this context I … Continue reading What makes Siyang River Violent and black: Has water, a global common undergone tampering?
Sharing the gist of my one of the old talks on the subject delivered at USI of India on 10 Jan 2018. It was later published as an article by Modern Diplomacy (EU and Africa) https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2018/01/21/post-19th-congress-cpc-xi-jinping-leads-china/ Post 19th Congress of CPC: Where does Xi Jinping leads China to? Xi Jinping “The Dream Seller” Xi … Continue reading China in Post 19th National Party Congress of the CPC Era: Geopolitical, Strategic and Security Implications