Post Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Can there be peace?

Sharing an article of mine published in Amity Journal of Defence and Strategic Studies Volume 4, Issue 1 on the subject. The ceasefire between Israel and Hamas after 11 days of deadly hostilities was a welcomed step for the innocent people suffering casualties in the crossfire. Post ceasefire, despite change of leadership in Israel, the … Continue reading Post Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Can there be peace?

Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Can it lead to Lasting Peace?

Sharing an analysis of mine on the subject. After nine truces earlier, the current ceasefire between Israel and Hamas after 11 days of deadly hostilities is a welcomed step for the innocent people suffering casualties, destruction and displacement, in the crossfire. The competing claims to Jerusalem, which is crucial to Christians, Jews and Palestinians is … Continue reading Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Can it lead to Lasting Peace?

COVID-19 added a new dimension to ‘Undeclared Third World War’ A detailed Analysis

Sharing the detailed analysis on the subject published as Strategic Perspectives on the website of United Service Institution of India for April-June, 2020. The recent sabre rattling and posturing in South China Sea and Taiwan Strait, alleged Nuclear test by China, Elephant walk by US Forces followed by deployment of naval ships of US and … Continue reading COVID-19 added a new dimension to ‘Undeclared Third World War’ A detailed Analysis

Opinion: Global Response in Dealing COVID-19: Takeaways for India

China claims to have crossed its peak period of Pandemic. Smaller successful countries enjoy relatively better medical capacities per capita population. The latest epicenters are US & Europe, but the world is anxious of Indian fight against COVID-19 because of extremely high population density, possible administrative difficulties in combating pandemic & logistics attached with lockdown. … Continue reading Opinion: Global Response in Dealing COVID-19: Takeaways for India