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  • Iran-China Upcoming Deal Under USA hegemony0

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    • December 7, 2020

    by Nawazish Ali Atif Ur Rahman Yousafzai – 4 December, 2020 Iran is the world’s 17th biggest country that has a vast border with its neighbouring countries. After Saudi Arabia, Iran is the second-largest state in the Middle East. Her territory is more extensive than some European countries like France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, and Portugal. The total population of IRI is 82.8

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  • Biden Presidency and Southeast Asia Policy0

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    • December 7, 2020

    by Anushka Saxena – 4 December, 2020 Various agencies have called the U.S Elections in favour of the Biden administration, which signals a return for the world’s most powerful nation (presently), to the ideals of the democratic party. The tumultuous years of Donald Trump’s presidency have been rife with controversial foreign policy narratives and uncertain decision-making mechanisms

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  • India’s Educational and Cultural Cooperation with SAARC countries0

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    • December 5, 2020

    by Preethi Amaresh – 3 December, 2020 South Asia countries (India, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Nepal and Pakistan) are known for their common historical past and experience of colonialism under colonial rule. It has likewise continued to play a vital role in the understanding of the cultural and education co-operation of the region.

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  • QUAD and the MALABAR: A Concern for China?0

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    • December 4, 2020

    by Jay Maniyar – 2 December, 2020 Introduction to the QUAD The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QSD), as the name suggests, is a security-focussed forum organised between two premier Asian nations in Japan and India, and two outlying global powers in Australia and the United States of America (USA). Geographically, the USA and Australia are ‘peripheral’

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  • The Privatization of India’s Defense Sector: Limitations and Prospects0

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    • December 3, 2020

    by Adam A. Azim – 2 December, 2020, 12:00 134 Views 0 Comment Privatization within the Indian defense sector largely began with the onset of the 21st century, when India ushered in liberalization and economic reforms throughout the Indian economy as a whole. These efforts aimed at liberalization and reforms were intended to prompt a

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  • Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons: Old Wine in New Bottle?0

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    • November 24, 2020

    by Dr. Santhosh Mathew – 24 November, 2020 With the curtains falling on the American elections. The world is gearing up for the coming into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The Treaty was adopted in the United Nations General Assembly by 122 countries on 17th July 2017. With Honduras ratifying it as

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  • Multilateral Institutions in Shaping the Geopolitical Context of Indo-Pacific0

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    • November 24, 2020

    by Debiprasad Mohapatra – 23 November, 2020 The notion behind the “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” (Rossiter 2018) is to bring a shared understanding of the free-flowing of common interests within a rules-based international system in the region. The role of multilateral institutions in this dominant notion will be an important mechanism towards promoting the idea of such

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  • India’s ‘Attrition’ Moment0

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    • September 22, 2020

    by Manish Barma – 21 September, 2020, The recent GDP figures published by the government along with the substantial rise of Covid-19 cases are illustrative of a battle of ‘Attrition’ which the country has been fighting for the past few months. Concomitant to all of it has been a belligerent neighbour which seems to have

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  • The COVID-19 Economic Crash Could Set Indian Women Back Decades0

    by Aakash Agarwal – 11 August, 2020 The coronavirus has created a global health crisis, which is claiming human lives, with over 590,000 deaths as of 17th July 2020 and causing distress worldwide. Adding to that, the IMF has declared a global economic recession, stating it could be as bad or even worse than the recession in

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  • China’s Faceoff: India’s Takeaway0

    by Dr. Veena Ravikumar – 3 July, 2020 There have been massive contradictions in the news on China- India skirmish in the Galwan area. The map shows part of the portion in the China area and the other as part of India. Though numerous maps show the conflicted areas, of course, it is not clearly demarcated, or

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  • How COVID-19 has Disrupted the Indian Economy?0

    by Surbhi Arora – 15 June, 2020 According to the World Bank, South Asian countries are likely to record their worst growth performance in four decades this year due to the coronavirus outbreak. The South Asian region, comprising eight countries, is likely to show economic growth of 1.8% to 2.8% this year, the World Bank

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  • Amidst COVID-19: Political Instability in Nepal0

    by Rishi Gupta – 9 May, 2020 Introduction With the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, countries across the world are either under lockdown. As a result, regular Government and public businesses have come to a halt, and the focus has shifted to containing the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, in rare events, South Korea and Israel conducted

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  • Regendering Equality: Women in the Indian Armed Forces0

    by Preethi Amaresh – 11 May, 2020 India has been ranked the fourth most powerful military power in the world after the United States, Russia and China and no doubt has an unstoppable and highly capable military power. But gender equality has been a challenge in the armed forces. The Supreme Court in February ruled

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  • COVID-19 And its Impact on International Trade0

    by Dr. Santhosh Mathew – 7 May, 2020 “The unavoidable declines in trade and output will have painful consequences for households and business, on top of the sufferings caused by the disease itself.” —   Roberto Azevedo, Director-General, WTO Introduction The world is going through a tough time – socially, politically and economically. The covid-19 pandemic

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