Backdrop Russia Ukraine War entering a deadly phase with nuclear hangover, after six months, with both sides blaming each other on targeting Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and UNSC finding it difficult to control. While the nuclear catastrophe in Europe may have been averted for now, with Power supply resuming to the plant, the crisis is … Continue reading No winner in Russia Ukraine War after six months: Contest is – who will lose less?
Sharing an incisive interview of mine by Global Review (Germany) about the ongoing Russia Ukraine War related international issues to include US dilemma on Sino-Russian Axis, Insecurities of NATO and Russia, possibility of alternate global financial system, Nuclear strategies of global players including 'Escalate to de-escalate', Impact on Chinese 'Peak Power Theory' to invade Taiwan, … Continue reading INTERVIEW WITH INDIAN GENERAL ASTHANA (RET.): “THE COLD WAR 1.0 SHOULD HAVE ENDED WITH THE DISINTEGRATION OF THE USSR, BUT SOME POLITICIANS IN THE USA KEPT IT ALIVE BY EASTWARD EXPANSION”
Sharing an interview of mine by Global Review (Germany) about the New multilateral organisations emerging in light of dysfunctional old international organisations like UNSC, NATO to include ANZUS, Quad, AUKUS, B3W, AAEC, AAGC, Blue Dot Network, Cotton Route, SAGAR, West Asian Quad and Recent Taiwan crisis .The interviewer is Mr Ralf Ostner. The link and … Continue reading Interview with Indian General Asthana(ret) about AUKUS, West Asian Quad and B3W: “In view of dysfunctional old international organisations, new ones to seek collective security and growth is a trend, which is likely to continue”.
Armenia - Azerbijan conflict is one of the latest ones, with effective use of some modern arsenal like drones and a mix of hybrid warfare combined with political power-play. It has many strategic and military inferences/lessons applicable globally in modern warfare. It also generates some questions, which global bodies and some countries will find it … Continue reading Strategic Inferences from Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict 2020, post Ceasefire
Sharing an analysis of mine published/republished in many forms in various media outlets globally along-with URLs of some of them. The standoff is not yet over, nor has Chinese intentions change although the modalities have to some extent after a strong push back and strong response in continental domain. The text is given below. Decoding … Continue reading Decoding Chinese Strategic Intent in Prolonged Standoff at LAC