Intra-Afghan Talks Delayed: What it Means for India?

Sharing my analysis on the subject, as the Intra-Afghan have been delayed due to halt in release of remaining 320 Taliban prisoners, as few more countries shared the apprehensions of Afghan Government and public, that the prisoners in question had conducted serious violent attacks on Afghans and foreigners. This has also resulted in targeted attack … Continue reading Intra-Afghan Talks Delayed: What it Means for India?

Interview of Maj Gen S B Asthana by Global Review(Germany) on Sino-Indian Relations

Sharing an interview of mine by Global Review(Germany) on various facets of #SinoIndian Relations and standoff. The interviewer is Ralf Ostnor. Chinese global propaganda campaign is evident from #Chinese propaganda loaded questions. I continue to put in my baby effort to counter anti-India propaganda by facts in global media. The URL of the site is … Continue reading Interview of Maj Gen S B Asthana by Global Review(Germany) on Sino-Indian Relations

Looking beyond US-Taliban Peace Deal in Afghanistan

The fact that despite UN Security Council backing the US-Taliban Peace Deal, the US Deputy Permanent Mission in UN acknowledged that the ongoing violence is not conducive to peace process last week. The New York Times had put up a positive headlines to say that the decision to release the prisoners by Afghan Government could help … Continue reading Looking beyond US-Taliban Peace Deal in Afghanistan

Interview with Indian General Asthana (ret.): „A campaign of those who are not comfortable with rising India“ Global Review, Germany

I am sharing  my interview by Global Review, (Germany). The interview counters  propaganda by few countries and segment of  foreign media, who criticise India on many internal issues of India like Kashmir,Article 370 and CAA. It also covers Indian view on some other issues like Pakistan, FATF, US-Taliban talk, Afghanistan, Sino-Russia-Iran axis, CPEC, strategic balancing, Eurasian Security … Continue reading Interview with Indian General Asthana (ret.): „A campaign of those who are not comfortable with rising India“ Global Review, Germany

China-Myanmar Economic Corridor, along with CPEC, encircles India.

China’s Infrastructure diplomacy in Myanmar and Pakistan and its inroad into Bay of Bengal through Yunnan-Myanmar and Arabian Sea through Pakistan is aimed to strategically encircle India from both sides and project power into Indian Ocean to protect its sea lanes of communications. India needs to do capacity building, improving defence posture of its littorals … Continue reading China-Myanmar Economic Corridor, along with CPEC, encircles India.