Anant Mishra is a security analyst with expertise in counter-insurgency and counter-terror operations. His policy analysis has featured in national and international journals and conferences on security affairs.
by Anant Mishra 23/2/2018 Introduction A vicious cycle of “violence, ignorance, seclusion, ethnic conflicts, and socio-economic instability”, resulted in the loss of an entire generation in Afghanistan; furthermore, failure of international communities, global aid organizations, think tanks and international political institutions such as the UN, to timely and adequately assist the Afghan masses could potentiallyREAD MORE
by Anant Mishra 4/2/2018 In the era of post-World War II, the terror attack on September 11, 2001 instigated a series of “large scale” events that created a dynamic shift in the security initiatives at the international forum. With a sole purpose to “counter and subsequently eliminate” elements of terror, Washington deployed troops in Afghanistan.READ MORE
Summary In the modern global world, where does India sees itself? A question that heeds into an “endless discussion,” still cloaks academicians, foreign policy and strategic experts into a debate. Using what elements will we able to understand India’s ambitious foreign policy? Prime Minister Modi’s “decisive” victory opened a “Pandora box” of new foreign policyREAD MORE
Introduction Civil wars dipped in “ethnic” colors pose a serious threat to international peace and security. The rise in such “ethno-political conflicts” has to make headlines and “topics” of numerous discussions on global arena ever since the world was divided into “blocs” and it dramatically escalated in the early 80s and late 90s. By theREAD MORE
Introduction Months before India threatened Pakistan to repeal Indus Water Treaty, nations heads of both India and Afghanistan inaugurated the Salma Dam built in cooperation with India, in the Herat province of Afghanistan. In the subsequent days of the “inauguration” diplomats, strategic and foreign relations experts “hailed” the joint initiative as a symbol of “extensiveREAD MORE