Sharing my article published in the Journal of the United Service Institution of India, Vol. CXLVIII, No. 611, January-March 2018. As the world waits for the Trump-Kim Summit, preceded by the flip-flop by all sides to keep the Summit alive is a compulsion in light of lack of alternatives. There is no meeting point. US is unlikely to concede to N … Continue reading North Korea Blinks: Is it Real or a Ploy to Minimise Sanctions?
Sharing with friends my article published in Indian Defence Review on 06 October 17, News mobile on 05 October 17, Future Directions Initiative(Australia) and Borderless News and other publications after updation, in different forms, as the subject has new developments on daily basis. (Last updated on 07November 2017) Photo- http://www.express.co.uk During recent verbal exchanges of … Continue reading North Korea and South China Sea Flash-points: Are worthwhile Options left on US Table?
Updated on 21 September, 2017 The Front-line State Strategy of China When President Trump on taking over tried to outsource the problem of resolving North Korean Crisis to China presumably in exchange of some trade concessions, his administration overlooked the fact that China was part of the problem. The disappointment which his Administration suffered and expressed … Continue reading Is China’s ‘Front-line State Strategy’ going out of Control or North Korea Crazy? Way Forward
I must compliment WION team for such an exhaustive interview of North Korea's ambassador Kye Chun Yong, which brings out the North Korean point of view, which is not commonly known to the world. While North Korea has its own security concerns and reasons for doing what it is doing in terms of nuclear/missile … Continue reading North Korean’s logic for its actions: Ambassador speaks